C. Scott Meyers has joined the business law firm Connors Morgan, PLLC, as Of Counsel. Meyers brings in-depth experience in bankruptcy cases as well as superior litigation skills developed during his tenure at some of the area’s largest law firms. He has led teams representing both local and national clients through complex business litigation issues.
“We are pleased to welcome Scott to our firm,” said Karen McKeithen Schaede, a partner at Connors Morgan. “He brings deep skills in a new area of practice for us – creditors’ rights in bankruptcy – as well as high-level experience litigating in state, federal and business courts.”
Meyers’ areas of expertise also include helping closely-held business entities efficiently resolve their disputes, litigating trade-secret issues and handling departing employee cases involving non-compete clauses.
“Here at Connors Morgan, I look forward to providing that same level of high-quality representation that you would expect from a large firm, scaled to meet the needs of businesses and individuals who do not necessarily need a large team of lawyers working their case,” Meyers said.
Meyers earned his undergraduate degree in economics from Virginia Tech and his law degree from George Mason University, Antonin Scalia School of Law. After law school, Meyers served as law clerk for Judge William L. Osteen Sr. in the United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina. Prior to joining Connors Morgan, Meyers practiced at Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey & Leonard, LLP, and, most recently, at Ellis & Winters, LLP, in Greensboro. He is admitted to practice in North Carolina and Virginia.