Brad Myers is a partner in the Baton Rouge office of Kean Miller. He joined the firm in 1987 and practices in the litigation group. Brad represents clients in toxic tort defense, commercial and business litigation, civil rights and municipal law, and white collar criminal defense. He has represented manufacturers in product liability cases throughout his career. Brad has represented a leading manufacturer of power and hand-held tools and a major manufacturer of compact construction equipment. He has successfully defended class actions involving chemical exposure, and product liability cases involving roll over accidents, alleged electrical and hydraulic failures, and failure to warn. Brad also has experience in litigation involving white collar criminal defense including environmental and healthcare matters. His experience includes internal investigations and audits and representing individual physicians, corporate clients and senior members of management in connection with Medicare and Medicaid fraud investigations and qui tam litigation.
Upon graduating from law school, Brad served as a law clerk to the Hon. Michael E. Ponder of the 19th Judicial District Court. He has also served as Assistant United States Attorney for the Middle District of Louisiana and Special Assistant United States Attorney for the Eastern and Western Districts of Louisiana.
Brad serves as General Counsel to the Louisiana Municipal Association.
•Board of Directors, South Louisiana Region of the American Red Cross
•Board of Directors, BREC Foundation
•Chairman, East Baton Rouge Parish Commission on Ethics
•President, Secretary/Treasurer, LSU Track and Field Officials Association
•Starter, NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field Championships
•Member, Volunteer! Baton Rouge
•Judge, Moot Court Competition, LSU Law Center
•Board Member, Goodwood Property Owners Association
•President, Our Lady of Mercy Athletic Association
Articles, Publications, Presentations
•Recent Developments in Municipal Law, Louisiana City Attorneys Association, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2000.
•Civil Rights and Police Misconduct, Louisiana City Attorneys Association, 1990.
•Louisiana State Police and Drug Enforcement Administration training schools, 1985-1987.
•Professionalism, Louisiana City Attorneys Association, 1998, 1999.
•Co-author: The Louisiana Evidence Code at a Glance, Baton Rouge Bar Association Newsletter, 1988.
•Recent Developments in Civil Procedure, Louisiana City Attorneys Association, 2007.
•Understanding Federal Government Investigations of Medical Practices, LAMMICO, 2009.
•Co-author: A Practical Digest of Louisiana Class Action Decisions, 2011.
• Louisiana Supreme Court Rejects Application of Punitive Damages in Toxic Tort Case , Louisiana Law Blog, March 2012.