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Karl Myers Elected to Board of ABA Council of Appellate Lawyers

November 17, 2021
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon is pleased to announce that Karl S. Myers, chair of the firm’s appellate practice group, has been elected to serve on the Board of Directors of the American Bar Association’s Council of Appellate Lawyers (CAL) for a two-year term. Myers was selected during CAL’s annual meeting on Nov. 13, held during the 2021 Appellate Judges Education Institute Summit in Austin, Texas.

CAL is the first and only national appellate bench-bar organization and its mission is to foster dialogue among federal and state appellate lawyers and judges to improve appellate advocacy and strengthen ties among the numerous appellate bar associations.

Myers is a leading Pennsylvania appellate lawyer who has personally argued and briefed numerous 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 United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, including litigation involving state and federal constitutional challenges, Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Law requests, government contracting and bid-protest disputes, insurance insolvency and regulatory matters, state administrative agency disputes, complex commercial actions, and many other types of civil cases. Myers has served as counsel of record in hundreds of cases before Pennsylvania’s appellate courts.

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