Meghan Roth


Four Seagate
Eighth Floor
Toledo, Ohio 43604


Meghan Anderson Roth is a member of the firm primarily practicing in employment law, representing clients in discrimination, harassment, retaliation, FMLA, and wrongful discharge disputes as well as workers compensation matters and unemployment hearings.

She also handles grievance arbitrations and advises clients on day-to-day issues including employee discipline, hiring and firing decisions, employment contracts, wage and hour issues, and employee policies and handbooks. She works with business owners and human resources departments to craft and implement workable policies and resolve employment disputes early so that costly litigation is avoided.

In addition to her employment law practice, she also represents businesses in all aspects of litigation including shareholder and contract disputes, insurance coverage, fair debt collection defense, eminent domain, products liability, and general commercial litigation. 

Meghan is also a member of the firm’s recruiting committee. 

News / Events

on May 2022

Professional / Community

Professional Affiliations

  • Toledo Jr. Bar Association - Past President 
  • Toledo Bar Association - Labor & Employment Section Chair 
  •  Ohio State Bar Foundation - Fellow
  • ABLE/LAWO Development Advisory Council - Vice Chair 

Community Affiliations

  • Inspirations Early Learning Center - Board President
  • YMCA of Greater Toledo - Board of Trustees Member
  • YWCA Northwest Ohio - Board Member
  • Leukemia & Lymphoma Society- Woman of the Year Candidate, 2015, nominating committee

Representative Matters

  • Represented employers in employment discrimination and workers’ compensation matters before administrative agencies, including the OCRC, EEOC and the Industrial Commission as well as state and federal courts
  • Successfully represented businesses in connection with enforcement of non-compete agreements
  • Successfully defended businesses and debt collection agencies from fair debt collection and fair credit reporting act claims
  • Represented clients in products liability matters, including complex asbestos litigation involving hundreds of claimants
  • Represented owners, general contractors, and subcontractors in construction disputes
  • Worked pro bono representing victims of domestic violence in obtaining civil protection orders


J.D., 2007, University of Cincinnati College of Law
B.A., 2004, Ohio University


United States District Court, Northern District of Ohio
United States District Court, Southern District of Ohio

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