September 2015 — Meredith was honored to participate in a panel discussion about key LGBT issues in employment law practice at a New York State Bar Association (“NYSBA”) Continuing Legal Education (“CLE”) program titled Representing LGBT Clients after Obergefell.

July 2015 — Meredith published an introductory article to a symposium on the anniversary of the NY LLC in Volume 31 of the Touro Law Review. The New York Limited Liability Company Law at Twenty: Past, Present & Future (here) discusses some of the open legal questions relating to NY LLCs and suggests some reforms.

June 22, 2015 — Meredith published an article in Volume 83 of the UMKC Law Review titled Designing a Solo and Small Practice Curriculum.  The article encourages law schools to do more to prepare graduates for solo practice.  The article is available here.

May 1, 2015 — Meredith published a short piece in the New York Law Journal special section for Law Day.  The theme was the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta.  Her article appears here, on page S3.  Happy Law Day!

April 16, 2015 — Meredith was honored to receive the Jeffrey E. Rockwell Alumni Achievement Award from Brooklyn Law’s OUTLaws.

January 20, 2015 — Miller Law, PLLC is proud to announce that Meredith has been elected President of LeGaL, the LGBT Bar Association  and Foundation of Greater New York.

November 2015 — Miller Law, PLLC is pleased to announce that Meredith’s article, Getting Paid in the Naked Economy, was accepted for publication and will appear in volume 32 of the Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal.  This article addresses freelancers’ very specific and all-too-common difficulties collecting unpaid invoices. It provides an overview of the contractual tools, legislative reforms and market responses that are evolving to minimize the risk of nonpayment. The paper concludes that technology and private enterprise are evolving to meet the challenges of the independent workforce; however, contracting norms and legal structures must also rise to address the vulnerabilities of free agency.  You can download a draft of the paper here.

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