From tackling a complex client matter, to engaging in a new pro bono assignment, to welcoming a new associate to the Meyers Nave team, we are thrilled to share what keeps us engaged and excited about the work we do.
Crisis Management: Public Policy, Ethics and Investigations
The Recorder has chosen Jayne Williams, a principal at Meyers Nave, for its 2012 “Women Leaders in Law” list. Ms. Williams heads Meyers Nave’s Crisis Management Practice Group, is the City Attorney for the City of San Leandro and previously served as the public agency firm’s Managing Principal.
The Recorder selected 40 female lawyers who have been innovative and active in networking in order to create opportunities for their firms and for others.
The Recorder, April 9, 2012 - A household name among governmental entities, the firm routinely scores wins for its municipal clients at trial and on appeal. It also advises on CEQA, water rights and land use issues, and represents municipalities in multimillion-dollar development projects in Northern California and across the state.
Please click here to see the full list in The Recorder - April 9, 2012 Issue
The Daily Journal has selected Arthur A. Hartinger, a principal at Meyers Nave, as one of the “Top 100 Attorneys” in California. Mr. Hartinger chairs the firm’s Labor and Employment Practice Group and represents public entities statewide.
“This recognition is certainly well-deserved,” said Managing Principal David W. Skinner. “Since Art joined the firm in 1999, he has worked hard on behalf of our public agency clients to achieve some of the most notable accomplishments in labor and employment law today.”