Perkins Coie LLP
Associate Meredith Price focuses on complex commercial litigation. She has experience drafting memoranda, pleadings and motions related to civil, class action, patent and environmental litigation in federal and state courts.
Meredith clerked for the Honorable D. Brooks Smith on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. While a clerk, Meredith focused on class action law, specializing in issues related to the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005, the scope of appellate review under Rule 23(f), and class certification under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23. Meredith was a guest lecturer for Penn State Law’s Class Action Seminar and during the summer of 2015, she researched cutting-edge issues and attended the invitation-only Class Action Settlement Conference hosted by the Duke Law Center for Judicial Studies.
In another clerkship, for the Honorable Michael H. Simon on the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon, Meredith gained experience with complex commercial litigation as well as jury and bench trials.
While in law school, Meredith was named the 2013 Environmental Advocate of the Year in Lewis & Clark’s inaugural competition by a panel of federal judges, consisting of Chief Justice John R. Roberts, Jr., Circuit Judge Diarmuid O'Scannlain and District Judge Anna J. Brown. She was also a two-time finalist in Pace University School of Law’s National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition and won the National Animal Law Competition in the area of legislative drafting & lobbying.
Before pursuing a career in the law, Meredith was a licensing analyst in the legal department at Intel Corporation, providing business analysis and executing transactions related to patent acquisitions and divestitures, cross licensing and strategic intellectual property initiatives.