As befitting a Washington attorney, he frequently appears before administrative and regulatory agencies, including the EEOC, Department of Labor, and National Labor Relations Board. Clients call on him to conduct internal investigations on employment issues and to represent them in regulatory investigations, including investigations by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Mr. Meindertsma represents clients both large and growing, including Fortune 100 companies and local employers. Although pleased to work with clients in many different types of industries, his most extensive experience lies in representing energy and transportation clients.
Mr. Meindertsma is well known as an advisor to clients in “whistleblower” matters, having handled scores of whistleblower cases. He also has extensive experience designing workplace ethics codes, employee concerns/ombudsman programs, whistleblower “hotlines,” and policies that foster ethical workplace cultures, including Safety Conscious Work Environments. Other counseling highlights include developing confidentiality and trade secret agreements, non-compete agreements, employee handbooks, and the like.
•CW attorney Donn Meindertsma has published a resource guide for D.C. employers on medical marijuana
•Oklahoma Bar Journal publishes article written by Donn Meindertsma and Hayley Stephens
Oklahoma Bar Journal, 04.05.2018
•A foolish sexual harassment provision in the tax law
The Washington Times, 01.02.2018
Alerts & Publications
•EMPLOYMENT LAW ALERT: Oklahoma State Question 788's Impact on Employers
•Client Alert: Appellate Court Curbs FTC's Authority to Regulate Corporate Data Security Programs
•Court Reinstates Validity of Job Pacts Requiring Individual Arbitration
•CLIENT ALERT: The DOL's PAID Program
•Client Alert: Court Sets New Standard for Reviewing Noncompete Agreements in the District of Columbia
•Employment Law Alert: New Standard Applies to Assessing the Validity of Work Policies Under the National Labor Relations Act
•Employment Law News: End-of-Year Report - What Does Federal Regulatory Reform Mean for Labor and Employment Law?
•Employment Law Alert: Maybe You Can't Fire Employees For Using Marijuana After All
•What Does Federal Regulatory Reform Mean for Labor and Employment Law?
•Retiring Workplace Tortious Interference Claims
34 Hofstra Labor & Empl. L.J. 79, 2016
•Safety Conscious Work Environment Publications, by Donn Meindertsma
•If there is any Doubt: The Case Against Arbitral Review of Access and Fitness for Duty Determinations in the Nuclear Power Industry
Honors & Recognitions
Member, American Bar Association, Employment Rights and Responsibilities Committee, Section of Labor and Employment Law
Member, National Republican Lawyers Association
Member, Federalist Society
Contributing author, Washington Legal Foundation
Past President, Court of Camelot (homeowner’s association)
Past Board Member, Camelot Community Club (social association)
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