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Krystle Meyer graduated magna cum laude from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Arts in both International Relations and Communication. In 2008, Ms. Meyer received her Juris Doctor from Tulane Law School where she was a member of Order of the Coif and the Tulane Law Review. While at Tulane, Ms. Meyer was the recipient of CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Contracts, Legal Profession, and Intellectual Property in Sports and a participant in Tulane’s renowned Sports Law program.
Ms. Meyer began her legal career at Alston & Bird’s Atlanta office, where she gained extraordinary experience handling all types of intellectual property disputes, including International Trade Commission and Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy matters. Ms. Meyer also worked at Alston & Bird’s Los Angeles office, gaining experience handling business disputes, consumer collections, unfair competition, antitrust, insurance, products liability, and environmental matters. Prior to joining RosenSaba, LLP in 2015, Ms. Meyer also handled cases involving domestic and international business disputes, intellectual property, elder abuse, landlord tenant, and public law. Over the course of her career, Ms. Meyer has also gained experience handling trademark and copyright clearance, prosecution, and enforcement, and has experience managing domestic and international trademark portfolios.
Ms. Meyer has broad experience handling business litigation and employment disputes. As an associate with RosenSaba, LLP, Ms. Meyer represents a wide range of plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal court in individual and class action matters. In 2016, Ms. Meyer was instrumental in prosecuting a business fraud and RICO action on behalf of a publically traded company and was able to secure an $12 million settlement. In 2017, Ms. Meyer was the lead attorney on a certified class action for truck drivers who were misclassified as independent contractors.
In 2017, Mr. Meyer, co-authored an article entitled “SCOTUS Decision on Mandatory Employment Arbitration Agreements will have Far-Reaching Implications” that was published by Employment Law Strategist.
Ms. Meyer is admitted to practice law in all California State Courts, all Georgia State Courts, the Ninth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals, the United States District Court for the Central District of California and United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.