Press Release
October 4, 2022

Employment Partner Meg Thering Joins Goodwin in San Francisco

Global law firm Goodwin today announced that Meg Thering joined the firm’s Employment practice as a partner, resident in the San Francisco office.

“Meg’s in-house and law firm experience in counseling, transaction support, and litigation fits perfectly with the core aspects of our employment practice,” said Rob Hale, chair of Goodwin’s Employment practice. “Dynamic and growing companies in Northern California turn to us for guidance with managing challenging employment issues. Meg’s talents will further strengthen our team.”

Thering provides practical advice to clients in order to enable them to recruit, hire, and retain the best employees possible. She also represents clients in employment litigation and M&A matters. Prior to joining Goodwin, she served as lead employment counsel at Motive (formerly known as KeepTruckin), an AI focused fleet management technology company valued at $2.85 billion as of its recent Series F financing.

Goodwin’s Employment practice has been recognized for excellence by Chambers, The Legal 500, and U.S. News Best – Lawyers®. The firm is also ranked as a top provider across global transactional league tables. Most recently, Refinitiv ranked Goodwin the number one law firm for global M&A and private equity and venture capital rounds, the number two firm for U.S. equity and equity-linked capital markets, and the number four firm for global shareholder activism for the first half of 2022.