Mr. Myer also worked as a staff attorney and contract attorney for law firms, both large commercial practices and smaller client-focused practices. Matthew participated in all levels of support for the firms’ clients and participated in case team conferences while providing litigation and transactional support.
Matthew was a judicial intern for Chief Justice Myron T. Steele of the Delaware Supreme Court. He researched and drafted bench memoranda, presented and argued in strategy conferences, observed oral arguments and researched and drafted answers to post-argument questions.
•Thomas, Thomas & Hafer LLP Welcomes a New Attorney, Matthew K. Myer, into the Firm
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