Clients look to Meg LePage for help on a wide range of workplace disputes and seek her counsel when looking to minimize legal risks in connection with hiring, discipline and discharge, discrimination and harassment complaints, family medical leave requests, wage payment disputes, non-competition agreements, and a wide variety of other employment issues.
Meg's clients include healthcare and educational institutions, financial services companies, insurance companies, manufacturers, social service agencies, summer youth camps, and hospitality and recreation facilities. With extensive experience in both employment litigation and advice and counsel work, Meg provides employers with sound, practical and timely advice coupled with efficient and effective advocacy in state and federal courts and administrative agencies. She also regularly presents workplace training programs for employers on a variety of issues, including unlawful harassment and discrimination, workplace diversity, performance management, accommodating disabilities, attendance and leave management and individual and group terminations
Meg serves as general outside counsel to a number of independent schools and colleges, advising on such issues as student admissions, faculty and staff discrimination and harassment; student sexual misconduct and Title IX compliance and investigations; academic integrity violations, student disciplinary proceedings; accommodations for disabled students; faculty employment and advancement; tuition disputes, and access to educational records.