Member Spotlight

2018-12-24 - Heather Meglino

Heather M. Meglino

Heather M. Meglino

Founder of Meglino Law

Heather M Meglino, Esquire is the founder of Meglino Law in Orlando, Florida. Her practice focuses on business owners and employers in various business and employment law matters. This includes making sure businesses are protected and in compliance with business and employment laws. Ms. Meglino also litigates cases including employment discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, overtime and unpaid wages, FMLA leave and disability issues, employment contracts, whistleblower and other employment law claims under various state and federal laws. She also serves as in-house counsel for multiple companies.

Heather has been practicing Labor and Employment Law for five years and joined the Section to stay up-to-date on current Labor and Employment law news to better serve her clients. This self-described “genuine” lawyer is a great member to get to know.

Favorite Movie: "The Divergent Series"
Hidden Talent: Bowling
Midnight Snack: Kettle Corn
Dream Vacation: Bora Bora

About Spotlight Program

The ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law's Member Spotlight program is designed to focus attention on members and their work with the Section and Committees.  A new Spotlight will appear on the Section website weekly.

Previous spotlights remain online in the archive section.  This makes it very easy to go back and look at all the previous Section members who have been spotlighted.

We encourage you to fill out the questionnaire linked in the top right of this page if you are interested in being spotlighted.  While we can’t guarantee that everyone will be spotlighted, we will endeavor to spotlight as many as possible over time.

Benefits of Participating

There are many benefits to being Spotlighted.  The most obvious ones are networking with your fellow Section members and marketing yourself and firm.  Everyone visiting the Section homepage will see your Spotlight that week.

Another easy to overlook benefit is the increased exposure to the general public.  Being Spotlighted will help optimize your online presence via search engines using terms relating to labor and employment law simply by being identified on the Section website.

How to Be Spotlighted

If you wish to be spotlighted by the Section, please fill out the Spotlight Questionnaire.