Robert (“Bob”) Meyers has extensive experience representing U.S. and international insurers in complex, high-value insurance matters, including advising clients about their rights and obligations under insurance policies, bad faith law, and insurance statutes and regulations, and representing insurers in disputes and lawsuits. Mr. Meyers has experience with a wide variety of insurance coverages and insurance claims, including general liability, intellectual property, advertising injury, bodily injury liability, property damage liability, professional liability, directors & officers liability, errors & omissions liability, employment practices liability, environmental liability, sexual misconduct liability, homeowners liability, auto liability, fidelity bonds, first-party property, health, excess, and umbrella. He also has considerable experience handling and managing complex multi-jurisdictional disputes and lawsuits, long-tail insurance claims, and insurance claims involving “lost” policies. He has also assisted clients with claims and disputes that have a nexus to several different jurisdictions, including Washington, Oregon, California, Hawaii, Montana, Colorado, Nevada, Idaho, New York, New Jersey, Texas, Illinois, and Tennessee.
Mr. Meyers has also assisted non-insurance clients with commercial disputes and lawsuits, contract negotiations, transactions, business governance issues, and copyright and trademark issues.
Several publications have recognized Mr. Meyers for his legal services. Mr. Meyers has earned an AV peer-review and client-review rating from Martindale-Hubbell, he has been recognized as a “Super Lawyer” and “Rising Star” in Washington Law & Politics, he has been recognized as a “Top Lawyer” in Seattle Metropolitan, and he has earned a “Superb” rating from Avvo.
Mr. Meyers has lectured and published papers on a variety of legal topics, including insurance law, bad faith law, attorney-client privilege issues, and procedural and discovery issues.
Areas of Concentration
Business Litigation; Casualty Coverage; Commercial Practices; Construction Defect Coverage; D&O Coverage; Extracontractual & Commercial Insurance Litigation; Fidelity; Insurance – Canada; Insurance Practices: Intellectual Property; Life, Health & Disability Insurance; Professional Liability Coverage; Property Coverage
Syracuse University, Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs
Syracuse University College of Law,
University of Washington,
University of Washington