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Anthony Cortez, Leading Business Litigator, Joins Meyers Nave

Meyers Nave proudly announces that Anthony Cortez has joined the firm as a Principal in the Trial & Litigation Practice. Based in the Sacramento office, Anthony is a strategic addition to the ongoing geographic expansion of Meyers Nave’s Commercial Litigation Practice throughout the state. “Meyers Nave is experiencing great demand for business and commercial litigation work from well-known businesses in the manufacturing and retail industry who are looking for alternatives to Big Law. As a mid-sized law firm with top-flight litigators, we are more nimble, responsive, rate-sensitive and successful in partnering with our corporate clients to achieve their strategic goals and objectives. We are delighted to welcome Anthony to help meet the needs of our rapidly growing corporate client base. He is an excellent fit for our clients and our firm,” said David Skinner, Managing Principal of Meyers Nave.

Anthony represents state, national and international businesses in regulatory compliance, commercial litigation and government enforcement matters. His practice focuses on federal and state consumer protection laws, environmental laws (including Prop 65), false advertising law, and labeling and marketing laws. He handles complex, high-stakes and high-exposure matters involving the Federal Trade Commission, Federal Drug Administration, California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment, California Department of Pesticide Regulation, and California Department of Toxic Substances Control.

Throughout California and nationally, Anthony advises and defends consumer products companies in legal, regulatory and administrative proceedings involving the drug, supplement, cosmetic, apparel, food and beverage, and industrial products sectors, among others. Anthony also has government contracting experience and has counseled service providers, developers, general contractors and subcontractors in state and federal court and before government agencies.