Eric M Myers
Eric M. Myers received his Juris Doctorate degree from Florida State University in 2000, where he was on the Dean’s List, an officer of Phi Delta Phi Honor Fraternity, and was named to Who’s Who of American Law Students in both 1998 and 1999. Eric also has received a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University, where he was a member of Sigma Delta Honor Society and named to Who’s Who of Graduate Students in 1995. Eric also received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of West Florida, where he served as President of the Student Government Senate, and was a recognized expert in parliamentary procedure and Robert’s Rules of Order, giving many workshops on at statewide conventions, in the local community, and on campus.
Eric’s legal experience is extensive. While still in law school, he was a Judicial Intern at the Florida Supreme Court, in the office of Justice R. Fred Lewis, where he wrote two Supreme Court decisions, and assisted the Court with a wide variety of cases, ranging from capital punishment to corporate law. In his years of experience, Eric has held positions such as lead foreclosure attorney for one of Florida’s most prestigious international law firms, been the managing attorney of the collections/foreclosure department for a community association law firm, as well as the managing attorney for a major mortgage foreclosure firm. He also has extensive trial experience, having served as in-house counsel for a major insurance company. Additionally, he has been a speaker and panel member at Florida Bar Conferences, as well as a guest speaker at Florida Atlantic University.
Eric is also very active in the community, and has many other interests. He is currently an Adjunct Professor at Broward College, the second largest college in South Florida. He also serves on the board of directors for the Caribbean American National Association. He was the former chair of a South Florida charitable foundation and was on the allocations committee of the Broward County United Way. He has also been an athlete that trained for the Olympics, and is an opera singer, having performed at several south Florida venues.
Eric’s primary areas of practice include foreclosures, collections, litigation, corporate governance and board/annual meetings, contract negotiation, and interpretation and amendment of association documents.