Meaghan Roe is an associate in Herrick’s Litigation Department, where she focuses on complex commercial litigation, employment litigation and counseling and real estate litigation.

Meaghan has represented a wide range of clients in both state and federal litigation, including industries such as financial institutions, REITs, health care, multimedia, and real estate.

Meaghan handles a wide range of employment matters in federal and state courts, administrative proceedings and arbitrations. She represents employers in actions involving claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, whistleblowing, wage and hour and breach of contract. Meaghan also counsels employers on day-to-day employment-related issues, including allegations of discrimination, internal investigations, employee terminations, reductions in force and employment policies.

Meaghan is a go-to resource on evolving employment laws ranging from harassment in the workplace to wage transparency laws and non-competition bans. Meaghan is an experienced litigator who has successfully defended companies against allegations of discrimination and harassment, including on the basis of sex/gender, race, religion, and disability, obtaining full dismissal of claims before both state and federal courts and administrative agencies.

While attending law school, Meaghan served as a legal intern at the Fordham University School of Law clinic, Lincoln Square Legal Services, where she represented clients in criminal litigation in federal court. In 2023, Meaghan was selected as a member of the 2023 class of Fellows by the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (“LCLD”).