Megan M. Kokontis

Megan M. Kokontis

Megan Kokontis represents employers, executives, and management in employment-related litigation and counsels companies on day-to-day preventative issues. She also has extensive experience litigating complex commercial disputes including, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duties, fraud, trade-secret and non-compete disputes, and other multi-million dollar disputes in state and federal courts around the country.

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In the Continuing Battle Over Standing, Fair Credit Reporting Act Class Action Plaintiffs Must Show Actual Injury For Failure to Provide Stand Alone Notice

Employers who run background checks on prospective employees take note – applicants who sue prospective employers for Fair Credit Reporting Act violations for failure to provide notice in a stand-alone format may not be able to maintain a lawsuit unless they can show that they suffered an actual injury. As employers should know, the Fair Credit Reporting Act has specific … Continue Reading

Just A Tip: DOL One Step Closer To Rescinding Tip Pooling Regulation

Good news for restaurant employers: the regulation that says tips belong to the employee – regardless of whether the employer takes the tip credit or pays the full minimum wage — may soon be history. Last week, the Department of Labor took another step toward rescinding the 2011 regulation by submitting a proposed rule to the Office of Management and … Continue Reading

Employees in Educational Programs: Expanded Options for Suits

Employers who are operating educational programs or activities – whether inside or outside educational institutions – take note: a recent court decision adds to a split in the federal appellate courts by allowing employees more than one avenue of relief for employment discrimination claims.  … Continue Reading

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