Gregory J. Myers
Greg Myers litigates complex cases in federal and state court.
He has won or successfully resolved matters involving contract disputes, covenants not to compete, employment disputes, defamation claims, complex insurance coverage issues, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
Mr. Myers has also litigated more than thirty patent cases to resolution and has recovered millions of dollars of underpaid license royalties.
Mr. Myers’ health care practice is focused in the areas of licensure, compliance and privileging and credentialing. He has represented numerous physicians before the Board of Medical Practice and numerous other professionals before licensing boards. He has advised numerous health-care providers on complex compliance questions. He also has represented numerous doctors in litigation and privileging disputes and has represented several doctors facing adverse hospital credentialing actions in internal administrative hearings. He also has represented doctors and administrators facing allegations of fraud, misconduct or noncompliance.
He has represented government entities in contract, land use and tort litigation. He has represented insurers defending against ERISA claims and property and casualty claims, including several AAA arbitration trials.
Mr. Myers is a 1998 magna cum laude graduate of William Mitchell College of Law, where he served as a staff member and associate editor for the William Mitchell Law Review. Before law school, he worked as a professional journalist for newspapers and other publications in Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Rhode Island, Missouri and the Middle East. He received his journalism degree from Marquette University.
He served as an adjunct professor of legal writing at Mitchell Hamline School of Law from 2004-2018.