Eugene Meyers

Practice Area: Commercial Litigation

Eugene Meyers is an Associate at MSF. He concentrates his practice on the representation of clients involved in complex commercial litigation. Mr. Meyers has experience in various types of business disputes, including breach of contract, business torts, shareholder derivative suits, trade secrets misappropriation, securities and bankruptcy. His representations have included real estate developers, private equity investors, media companies, energy suppliers and industrial manufacturers.

Mr. Meyers has appeared before federal courts throughout the United States and the state courts of New York and New Jersey. He has also represented clients in alternative dispute resolution forums, including domestic and international arbitrations.


Brooklyn Law School. J.D. (Brooklyn Law Review)

The George Washington University. B.B.A. (Cum Laude)


State of New York

State of New Jersey

Southern District of New York

Eastern District of New York

Northern District of New York

Western District of New York

District of New Jersey

Prior Experience

Before joining MSF, Mr. Meyers was an Associate at a Dentons’ legacy firm, Dacheng Law Offices, where his practice focused on the litigation and arbitration of international business disputes in U.S. and foreign forums. While pursuing his law degree, Mr. Meyers was an honors intern at the Securities and Exchange Commission where he handled the regulation of securities exchanges and FINRA. Mr. Meyers was also a member of the Brooklyn Law Incubator and Policy Clinic, where he counseled early-stage technology entrepreneurs on general corporate matters.

Representative Matters

Defense of the management of a commercial real estate portfolio in multiple derivative actions for breach of fiduciary duty and fraud.

Representation of a purchaser of assets in an Article 9 UCC foreclosure sale defending against claims for successor liability.

Defense of one of New York’s largest property owners against claims for breach of lease and constructive eviction in connection with the development of a commercial and residential project.

Prosecution of a multi-jurisdictional federal civil RICO and fraud action on behalf of a global Fortune 500 mining company.

Defense of a metals manufacturer against claims for misappropriation of trade secrets involving complex issues of foreign law and the application of conflict of laws principles.

Representation of a publicly-traded pharmaceutical company defending against claims for securities fraud.

Defense of a foreign real estate developer against claims for unfair competition in connection with the leasing of a landmark Manhattan property.