Meghann Kantke is a business litigator with a practice focusing on trade secrets, minority shareholder oppression matters, breach of fiduciary duty, tortious interference, and noncompete claims. Meghann is well-versed in the technical and practical considerations of eDiscovery management and is qualified by education, training, and experience to provide efficient service and cost effective solutions for the clients she supports, leveraging the latest in litigation technology.
Meghann’s litigation successes include:
Working in an advisory capacity outside the courtroom, Meghann has a passion for finding practical solutions to her clients’ most difficult challenges. With a background in employment law, she has counseled employers on matters including social media and technology policies, FLSA compliance, employee contracts, personnel policies and employee handbooks, wellness program initiatives, management training, terminations, and severance agreements. As a law student, Meghann was a judicial extern to the Honorable Judge Diana Murphy, United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, and was a research assistant for the Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions at the University of St. Thomas School of Law. Prior to pursuing a legal career, Meghann worked for a leadership development firm where she assisted employers across the globe in utilizing research-based tools for talent management and employee development. She also worked as one of The Princeton Review’s instructors and taught English to children and adults in Ostrava, Czech Republic.
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