Scott Meyers practices in the areas of complex commercial and business litigation, bankruptcy representation, creditor’s rights, and antitrust litigation. He is a member of the firm’s litigation, creditors’ rights, and electronic discovery practice groups. Mr. Meyers has served as both lead and assistant counsel in all stages of litigation in state, federal and bankruptcy courts in North Carolina and Virginia. Mr. Meyers has experience representing clients from individual entrepreneurs and business owners to Fortune 500 companies.
Prior to joining Ellis & Winters, Mr. Meyers practiced at Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey, & Leonard, LLP. In addition to his legal experience, Mr. Meyers previously worked as a bank manager. His experience and knowledge of bank operations and financial services, in addition to his undergraduate degree in economics, has allowed Mr. Meyers to successfully represent clients in cases pertaining to financial and creditors’ rights issues.
Mr. Meyers received and his J.D. from George Mason University School of Law (magna cum laude, 2001) where he was Articles Editor of the George Mason Law Review and a member of the Moot Court Board. After law school, Mr. Meyers served as law clerk to the Honorable William L. Osteen, Sr., United States District Court, Middle District, North Carolina. Mr. Meyers obtained his undergraduate degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (B.A., 1994).
Professional Associations and Memberships
- North Carolina Bar Association
- Greensboro Bar Association
- American Bar Association, Litigation Section
- Defense Research Institute
- Guilford County Inn of Court, Member
- “Second Time Around: Inheriting an eDiscovery Case,” co-authored with Lenor Marquis Segal, Litigation Support Careers newsletter, January 2014.
Prior Legal Experience
- Associate, Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey, & Leonard, LLP, 2002-2008
- Clerkship, United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina, Hon. William L. Osteen, Sr., 2001-2002
- North Carolina, 2003
- Virginia, 2001
- United States District Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
- United States District Courts
- Eastern District of North Carolina
- Middle District of North Carolina
- Western District of North Carolina
- Eastern District of Virginia
- Western District of Virginia