Rebecca K. Myers is Of Counsel to the Law Office of Alfred G. Feliu, PLLC. Her practice is focused on representing clients in the areas of intellectual property and employment law, e-discovery issues, and commercial disputes.
Ms. Myers spent much of her career at the global law firm of Paul Hastings where she litigated on behalf of and counseled clients with respect to trade secrets, unfair competition and departing employee issues, including situations involving restrictive covenants, confidentiality agreements, and breaches of fiduciary duties. She joined Vandenberg & Feliu, LLP, as Of Counsel in 2013 where she focused principally on intellectual property, alternative dispute resolution, and employment law matters.
Ms. Myers is a seasoned litigator and has adjudicated disputes through arbitration and in several state and federal courts. She has counseled and litigated on behalf of clients engaged in a diverse field of businesses and employment settings, including in the financial industry, investment banking, insurance, pharmaceutical, and industrial and chemical companies.
Ms. Myers has significant experience managing litigations and effectively handling e-discovery issues. She has worked closely with clients to design and implement electronic data systems to ensure compliance with regulatory data retention requirements. She has also managed multiple significant litigation matters for a number of Fortune 50 clients. She uses her electronic discovery expertise to counsel clients and lead teams as they identify, locate, collect, and produce electronically stored information in complex cases. Ms. Myers is particularly skilled at developing strategies for the efficient review and production of data from all sources, including e-mail systems, document management systems, and human resources databases. In addition to her work on Lexis Practice Advisor, Ms. Myers co-authored Bensen & Myers on Litigation Management (LexisNexis 2009), a leading publication on the efficient and thorough management of litigation matters.
Ms. Myers received her B.S. degree, cum laude, from Syracuse University and her J.D. degree, cum laude, from Syracuse University School of Law where she was an Associate Editor of the Law Review.