Following three clerkships at the Arizona Court of Appeals, Mr. Myer has focused his practice on appeals and complex motions. Mr. Myer has contributed to more than twenty-five (25) appeals and special actions filed in the Ninth Circuit, the Arizona Supreme Court, and both divisions of the Arizona Court of Appeals. His contributions to cases encompass a wide range of practices, including: employment law, medical malpractice, insurance, subrogation, product liability, commercial litigation, and transportation and trucking litigation.
Azore, LLC v. Bassett (Young), 702 Ariz. Adv. Rep. 35 (App.2014) – whether emails, a consultant report, and incident tracking logs associated with a nursing facility's quality assurance committee are privileged under subsection (b)(1)(B) of the Federal Nursing Home Reform Amendments, 42 U.S.C. section 1396r.
Interstate Fire & Cas. Co., Inc. v. Roman Catholic Church of Diocese of Phoenix, 761 F.3d 953 (9th Cir. 2014) – whether assault-and-battery exclusion that excluded assault by “any assured” categorically excluded coverage for both the insured who committed the assault and battery as well as innocent co-insureds.
State ex rel. Horne v. AutoZone, Inc., 229 Ariz. 358, 275 P.3d 1278 (2012) – statutory interpretation of the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act and the Attorney General’s powers pursuant to that statute.
Powers v. Guaranty RV, Inc., 229 Ariz. 555, 278 P.3d 333, (App.2012) –a retailer’s “passing along” of an email from a manufacturer to a consumer regarding the reliability of a product constitute “an act” for purposes of the Consumer Fraud Statute or an intentional misrepresentation?
Sierra Tucson, Inc. v. Lee (Litwack), 230 Ariz. 255, 282 P.3d 1275 (App.2012) – statutory interpretation question regarding mandatory transfer of venue
Indus. Comm’n of Ariz. v. Old Republic Ins. Co., 223 Ariz. 75, 219 P.3d 285 (App.2009) – statutory interpretation question regarding taxation of workers-compensation premiums.
Ingleside Middle School: Mock Trial Attorney Coach, 2012