Owner, Meyer Law Office, 2013 – Present
Manage a variety of commercial litigation issues, and provide general corporate legal counsel to clients. Advise clients on risk-management issues, and provide strategic guidance to support their business interests.
Commissioner, Shakopee Public Utilities, 2018 – Present
I am proud to have been appointed to serve Shakopee’s citizens as a commissioner on the Shakopee Public Utilities Commission. This award-winning organization is respected throughout the state and the industry as a leader among public power utilities. I look forward to working with my fellow commissioners and SPUC staff and employees in continuing the quality services SPUC provides to Shakopee’s citizens.
Shareholder, Moss & Barnett, PA, 1997 – 2013
Practice focused on commercial litigation, with broad experience in real estate and construction litigation, professional malpractice defense, minority shareholder disputes, banking litigation, general contract and business disputes, employment litigation, and intellectual property litigation. Extensive experience in counseling clients on case strategy, litigation holds, and other issues related to potential litigation. Trained and experienced mediator. Frequent lecturer on the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA).
Associate Attorney at Johnson Eklund Law Offices, Gregory, South Dakota, 1995 –1997
Provided litigation and appellate support for general practice law firm, including preparing cases involving personal injury, medical malpractice, and Indian Law claims. Specifically, provided primary legal research and drafting in the white-collar criminal defense appeal in United States v. Jorgensen, 144 F.3d 550 (8th Cir. 1998), and the Indian Law, federal tort claims case for the successful appeal in Loudner v. United States, 108 F.3d 896 (8th Cir. 1997).
Intern at Tavss Fletcher Earley & King, Norfolk, Virginia, 1994
Provided litigation and pretrial discovery support for commercial and personal injury litigation, including “exploding gas tank” product liability litigation against General Motors (described in the related case General Motors Corp. v. McGee, 837 So.2d 1010 (Fla. Ct. App. 2002)).