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Karl Myers Appointed Co-Chair of Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Appellate Advocacy Committee

May 17, 2019
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon Attorney Karl S. Myers was appointed co-chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Appellate Advocacy Committee during the PBA’s annual meeting on May 17 in Lancaster, PA. Myers will serve in this capacity for the 2019-2020 Bar Association year. 

The PBA Appellate Advocacy Committee promotes dialogue and cooperation between lawyers who practice before the state and federal appellate courts and members of the judiciary. The committee works to enhance the knowledge and capabilities of lawyers through focused educational programs, explores methods of improvement and advancement for the appellate process, and will review and make recommendations concerning the rules of procedure that affect the appellate process.

Myers is a leading Pennsylvania appellate lawyer who has argued and briefed dozens of precedent-setting cases before the appellate courts of Pennsylvania and other jurisdictions. He maintains a particular focus on cases before the Pennsylvania Supreme, Commonwealth and Superior Courts, as well as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, including litigation involving state constitutional challenges, appeals of state agency decisions, insurance insolvency and regulatory matters, Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Law requests, government contracting and bid-protest disputes, complex commercial actions, and many other types of civil cases.

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