Stephen L. Myers joined the Dallas office in 2011. As an associate, Stephen represents clients in a broad range of complex commercial litigation disputes, including class actions, with a specific emphasis on matters involving commercial torts, mass torts, products liability claims, and claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and the Copyright Act. Stephen has also defended major financial institutions before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and represented health care providers in regulatory investigations.
2011 - J.D., The University of Texas School of Law
2008 - B.A., honors, Government, The University of Texas at Austin
While in law school, Stephen won the award for the "Best First Year Brief," was a member of The Review of Litigation and interned for Texas Supreme Court Justice Nathan Hecht. As an undergrad, he interned at the White House, was elected Phi Beta Kappa and was a member of the UT Friar Society. Stephen was admitted to practice law in Texas in 2011 and is admitted to practice in all state courts in Texas, as well as the Northern, Southern, Western and Eastern Federal District Courts of Texas.
Memberships & Activities
- Chair, Junior Achievement Young Professionals Board
- Board Member, Archer Fellowship Alumni Association
- Member, Lambda Legal Leadership Committee
- Member, Dallas Bar Association
- Member, Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
- "Effective Communication In Today's Legal Market," University of Texas at Austin School of Law Professional Development Institute, February 5, 2015
- "The Importance of Early Participation in the Democratic Process," City of Texas City, Youth in Government, December 7, 2011
- "Presidential Politics and the Importance of the Vote," American Association of Retired Persons, October 4, 2012
- "Recent Developments in California Labor and Employment Law," Global Work Place Insider, November 24, 2015
Stephen enjoys traveling, playing drums, soccer and college football.