Perspectiva General

Meghan M. Cox represents employers in a broad range of labor and employment law matters in federal and state courts, as well as in proceedings before administrative agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and equivalent state agencies. In her litigation practice, she handles matters involving:

  • Discrimination and retaliation claims
  • Workplace harassment claims
  • Leaves of absence and disability accommodation
  • Wrongful discharge and related state tort claims
  • Noncompete, unfair competition, and trade secret claims
  • Wage and hour issues

She has significant experience defending class actions and has represented clients in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and state appellate courts in Tennessee.

Prior to joining Littler, Meghan practiced employment, commercial, and intellectual property litigation and handled trademark and copyright prosecutions and transactions at two other firms. Before entering private practice, she advised colleges and universities on athletics compliance issues as a member of the NCAA’s Academic and Membership Affairs staff.

At the University of Notre Dame, Meghan was president of the Sports, Communications, and Entertainment Law Forum and a four-year varsity cheerleader for the Irish. She served as squad captain during her second year of law school in 2011-2012.

Afiliaciones Profesionales y Comunitarias

Member

Memphis Bar Association

Member

American Bar Association

Director, Board of Directors

Notre Dame Alumni Association

2017-2020

Founding Director and Chair

Young Alumni Board

Notre Dame Alumni Association

2018-2020

Member

Notre Dame Monogram Club

Member

Junior League of Memphis

Past Board Member

Notre Dame Club of Memphis

Reconocimiento

Named, Ones to Watch

The Best Lawyers in America®

2023

Recipient, Notre Dame Law School Fellowship

Merit-based Scholarship

Educación

  • J.D., University of Notre Dame Law School, 2013
  • B.A., University of Notre Dame, 2010

Admisión de la barra

Tennessee
Illinois