Krystle Meyer has broad-based litigation experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants, from individuals through national corporations, in state and federal court, and in individual and class action matters. Krystle particularly enjoys representing businesses and finding innovative solutions to clients’ problems. Krystle’s practice focuses exclusively on litigation, with particular emphasis on business disputes, intellectual property, and employment-related matters. Krystle also has experience advising business clients, particularly on intellectual property and employment matters. Krystle has represented plaintiffs and defendants in diverse industries, including aerospace, banking, entertainment, insurance, government contracting, logistics, mortgage servicing, and professional sports.
Krystle began her career at Alston & Bird’s Atlanta office in the intellectual property litigation practice group. After growing tired of hearing how the South Eastern Conference was allegedly better at college football than the USC Trojans (and having to watch USC games on Eastern time), Krystle relocated to Alston & Bird’s Los Angeles office and became a member of the general litigation practice group. Krystle joined RosenSaba, LLP in 2015.
Professional Highlights and Representative Experience
- Served as second chair trial counsel in a state court defamation and intentional interference of business dispute involving a the former employee of a national, publicly-traded aerospace company
- Decertified a multi-million dollar wage and hour class action in the Central District of California on the eve of trial
- Successfully prosecuted a $12,000,000 business fraud and civil RICO action on behalf of a publicly traded mortgage servicing company.
- Prosecuted a multi-million dollar wage and hour class action on behalf of a class of truck drivers who were misclassified as independent contractors.
- Obtained summary judgment on a complex copyright chain of title dispute involving multiple production companies.
- Secured an immigration visa for an eighteen-year old human trafficking victim who was brought to the United States and forced to be a prostitute after being kidnapped in Mexico on a pro bono basis
Honors & Awards
- Highest Grade in Class Awards for Contracts, Legal Profession, and Intellectual Property in Sports
- Weistart Award for Sports Law I
- Participant in Tulane Law’s renowned Sports Law Program
- Order of the Coif
- Member of the Tulane Law Review
- SCOTUS Decision on Mandatory Employment Arbitration Agreements Will Have Far-Reaching Implications – Employment Law Strategist (2017)
- California Bar
- Georgia Bar
- Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
- Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
- United States District Courts for the Central District of California and Northern District of Georgia
- Tulane Law School, J.D., magna cum laude and Order of the Coif (2008)
- University of Southern California, B.A. in Communication and International Relations, magna cum laude, Thematic Options Honor Program, Presidential Scholar, and Phi Beta Kappa (2005)
- North Cobb High School, Kennesaw, Georgia, valedictorian (2001)