Foster & Hauer
5110 North 44th Street
Phoenix AZ 85018
Amy Foster is one of the founders of Foster & Meyerson.
Amy was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. She attended Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, earning her Bachelor's of Arts in Psychology. Amy graduated in 2000 with college and university honors.
After college, Amy returned to Arizona to attend the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. During law school, Amy interned with the Maricopa County Attorneys Office.
In 2003, Amy graduated from law school and passed the bar. Amy began working for Genex Services, Inc., where she represented claimants at over four hundred Social Security Disability hearings all over the United States. At Genex Services, Amy gained a deep understanding of healthcare administrative law and Social Security law and procedures.
Amy continued her development in healthcare administrative law and became an Assistant Attorney General for the Arizona Attorney General's Office in 2008, representing the Arizona State Board of Nursing. Amy was later hired independently by the Board of Nursing. Along with working for the Board of Nursing, Amy continued with her Social Security work by representing claimants for the Disability Group, Inc.
Amy donates her time to Reading for the Blind and Dyslexic in Phoenix. Amy also volunteers with the Mother Bear Project.
Jeffrey Meyerson is one of the founders of
Foster & Meyerson.
Jeff grew up in Tucson, Arizona and graduated with a B.S. in Physiological Sciences from the University of Arizona. After graduation, Jeff spent 2 years playing professional golf before returning to the University of Arizona for law school.
Jeff began his career at Gallagher & Kennedy, a regional law firm with its headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona. While there, he represented a wide variety of privately held companies in mergers, acquisitions, corporate formation and structuring, and other corporate matters. He continued to provide those services to clients when he began working at another regional firm in Phoenix, Fennemore Craig.
Seeing an opportunity to expand his experience with more sophisticated transactions and public securities work, Jeff joined the international law firm of DLA Piper LLP (US) in February of 2008. While at DLA Piper, Jeff represented public companies in SEC reporting and compliance, mergers, tender offers and public securities offerings. He also continued to represent privately-held companies and provided other general corporate services such as contract review, drafting and negotiation. His experiences at DLA Piper, Fennemore Craig and Gallagher & Kennedy have prepared him to provide sophisticated cost-effective legal services to companies of any size.
Jeff is an active Board Member of Ronald McDonald House Charities in Phoenix and serves on their House Expansion Committee. He also volunteers his time as a coach in the St. Francis Athletic Association baseball league and is a husband and proud father of four wonderful children.
Jonathan Hauer handles a wide range of employment-related matters, including discrimination, harassment and wrongful termination lawsuits. Jonathan also proactively advises employers and employees on issues such as handbook policies and procedures, EEOC charges, wage and hour, contracts, leave, safety, discipline and discharge, privacy and federal labor laws.
Jonathan is a member of the Labor & Employment section of the Arizona State Bar Association and is admitted to practice in the the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona. Additionally, he has penned a number of articles for the Arizona Employment Law Letter and written one novel, The Inside Passage.
Jonathan received his B.A. from the University of Maryland, College Park, where he graduated summa cum laude in Art History. He received his J.D. from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, where he was a member of the Arizona Law Review. Before joining Foster & Meyerson, Jonathan was an associate attorney in Lewis and Roca's employment group and with Ford & Harrison, a national boutique employment law firm.
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