Reid Meyers

Reid Meyers is of Counsel to LeGros Buchanan & Paul.  Reid represents employers in all aspects of employment and labor relations matters including wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, accommodation, retaliation, and other related claims, and has represented terminated executives in their severance transactions on a national basis. In 2006 and 2009, Reid was chosen by Texas Monthly Magazine as a Texas Super Lawyer. He also acts as mediator to resolve litigation disputes, and obtained a Mediator Certification from the University of Texas, School of Law in 2005.

 

Based in our Anacortes office and active in the Anacortes and Skagit County communities, Reid began his legal career at a large Atlanta-based management-side labor and employment law boutique, where he represented clients in union avoidance programs, NLRB election campaigns, NLRB actions, labor negotiations, EEOC charges and day-to-day human resource matters.  In 1987, Reid was recruited to be the first employment lawyer and corporate litigator for United Services Automobile Association (USAA) in San Antonio, Texas.  Reid was responsible for and provided counsel for all employment and labor relations matters, and represented USAA entities in all non-claims litigation matters world-wide. Reid ultimately retired from USAA as senior vice president in 2004.

 

Reid serves on the Board of Directors of the Anacortes Sunrisers Kiwanis Club supporting the youth in Anacortes, and on the Board of Directors for the Anacortes Chamber of Commerce. In his spare time, he enjoys golfing, boating, fishing, travel and spending time with his family.

 

Reid received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Lipscomb University, Nashville, Tennessee (1971), and his Juris Doctor degree from Woodrow Wilson College of Law, Georgia State University (1979).  Reid is admitted to practice in the states of Washington, Texas, Ohio (inactive) and Georgia (inactive). He is also admitted to practice before the U.S. District Courts for the Western District of Washington, the Western District of Texas and the United States Supreme Court.