Gregg Meyers joined Jeff Anderson & Associates in 2011 after a legal career that began in the United States Department of Justice as a litigator in the Civil Rights Division and then moved to Charleston, South Carolina, where his practice concentrated on civil litigation for victims of sexual abuse, defamation, civil rights and claims under the federal False Claims Act.
Among Gregg’s significant achievements are a $105 million jury award in October of 2000, (the largest verdict in the history of Charleston County) for a parent of a sexual abuse victim and a $20.25 million jury award in December 2002 (the largest in the history of Berkeley County), for a doctor defamed by a hospital administrator. The sexual abuse verdict led to a series of significant settlements for dozens of abuse victims. He has been handling sexual abuse cases since 1987.
In addition, Gregg has argued appellate cases in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, North Carolina Court of Appeals, South Carolina Court of Appeals, South Carolina Supreme Court, and is licensed to practice in United States Supreme Court.
Gregg’s incredible depth of experience in the court room and a passion for those who have been sexually abused as children provides additional strength to the firm’s ability to handle cases in South Carolina, Minnesota and across the nation.
A native of Minnesota, Gregg graduated from Cum Laude from Mankato State University and earned his law degree at Hamline University Law School in St. Paul, where he was on the law review.
Gregg Meyers Bar Admissions:
United States Supreme Court, 1995
United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth District, 1991
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth District, 1982
South Carolina State and Federal Courts, 1987
Minnesota State & Federal Courts, 1979