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National Bar Association Selects Meyers Nave Associate Eric Casher to Its 2011 “Nation’s Best Advocates: Top 40 Under 40” Lawyers List

The National Bar Association named Meyers Nave Associate Eric Casher on its esteemed list of Top 40 lawyers under 40 for 2011.  The annual list honors rising advocates in the nation’s legal industry.

The National Bar Association recognized Mr. Casher for his many professional achievements and his volunteer work.  The National Bar Association is the oldest and largest national association of African-American lawyers and judges.

Mr. Casher is a member of the firm’s Public Contracts/Construction and Litigation Practice Groups.  Mr. Casher has extensive experience in areas of law involving sophisticated construction issues as well as representing municipalities and public agencies in the resolution of complex construction disputes.  While attending law school, Mr. Casher served as the Editor-In-Chief of the Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal and Vice President of the Black Law Students Association.

“Eric is a rising star in his field and his clients benefit from his widespread experience, tenacity, and skill on every matter,” said David Skinner, the firm’s Managing Principal.  “We are proud of Eric for being on this respected list of top attorneys in the nation.”

Mr. Casher received his BA in Sociology in 2000 from the University of California at Berkeley and his JD from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in 2006.

Please click here to read the nomination for Eric Casher on the Nation’s Best Advocates website.

About Meyers Nave:

Founded in 1986, the law firm of Meyers Nave is recognized for its work with all types of public entities in California. The firm provides the full scope of legal services to cities, counties, redevelopment agencies and special districts statewide. Meyers Nave’s areas of practice include labor and employment, torts, redevelopment, city attorney and general counsel representations, eminent domain, litigation, writs and appeals, public contracts/construction, land use, crisis management, bankruptcy and municipal debt restructuring, and environmental law.