A member of Husch Blackwell’s Technology, Manufacturing & Transportation team, Myers is a patent attorney registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. He assists clients in protecting their valuable assets by preparing and prosecuting patent applications, conducting freedom to operate and patentability searches and providing litigation support. Utilizing his degree in biomedical engineering and his experience in the pharmaceutical industry, Myers works with clients of varying sizes in a range of technology areas, including medical devices, consumer products and control systems. Myers further protects his clients’ business-critical assets by securing and defending their existing or desired trademarks.
Myers also works hand-in-hand with individual entrepreneurs and private startup companies, including those affiliated with St. Louis’s Cortex Innovation Community. Aside from advising his clients on intellectual property issues, Myers represents clients as they form and structure business entities and secure funding.
As an undergraduate, Myers gained experience in medical technology working at the Washington University School of Medicine. Prior to law school, Myers was a math teacher in Indianapolis as part of the Teach For America program.