Provided by Margaret Coughlin LePage
With extensive experience in both employment litigation and advice and counsel work, Meg LePage provides employers with sound, practical and timely advice coupled with efficient and effective advocacy in state and federal courts and administrative agencies. She assists clients with hiring, discipline and discharge, discrimination and harassment complaints, family medical leave requests, wage payment disputes, non-competition agreements, and a variety of other employment issues. She 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 also serves as pro bono attorney for guardians ad litem representing abused or neglected children in child protective cases.
Meg serves as the firm’s Human Resources Partner, advising the firm on employment-related matters. She has been included in The Best Lawyers in America® since 2003 in the areas of Education Law, Employment Law-Management, and Labor Law-Management, and most recently was named "Lawyer of the Year" in Portland for Labor Law-Management in 2020 and 2022.
Fellow, College of Labor and Employment Lawyers; Board of Trustees, The Dempsey Center.
J.D. (cum laude), University of Michigan Law School; A.B. (magna cum laude), Dartmouth College.
Margaret Coughlin LePage has a wealth of experience in labor and employment law, including advising on immigration, defamation and whistle-blower claims.
"She provides consistent, knowledgeable and effective solutions."