Ryan Meyer practices primarily in the area of Civil Litigation. He has experience assisting both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide variety of areas, including Commercial Litigation, Employment Law, Insurance Law, and Construction Law, in both state and federal courts. Mr. Meyer is listed as a Rising Star in the Missouri and Kansas Super Lawyers publication.
Mr. Meyer was born in El Dorado, Kansas. He attended Wichita State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History. He was a member of the president's honor roll throughout college. Mr. Meyer received his Juris Doctorate, magna cum laude, from Washburn University School of Law in May 2010.
While at Washburn, Mr. Meyer served as the Managing Editor of the Washburn Law Journal and authored a comment entitled, "The United States Supreme Court Eliminates the 'Class-of-One' Equal Protection Claim in Public Employment" [Engquist v. Or. Dep’t of Agric., 128 S. Ct. 2146 (2008)], 48 Washburn. L. J. 529 (2008). Upon graduation, Mr. Meyer served a two-year federal clerkship with the Honorable J. Thomas Marten, District Judge for the United States District Court for the District of Kansas.
Mr. Meyer joined Fleeson, Gooing, Coulson & Kitch in 2012 and became a member of the firm in January of 2018. He is a member of the Wichita Bar Association, Kansas Bar Association, Kansas Association of Defense Counsel and Wesley E. Brown Inn of Court. He currently serves as the co-editor of the KADC's Kansas Defense Journal. Mr. Meyer also serves on the fundraising board of the Downtown Wichita YMCA.
Mr. Meyer has frequently served as a speaker for legal education seminars and trade groups. His presentations include "Employment Discrimination 101—Defending A Charge of Discrimination in the EEOC or KHRC," for the Wichita Bar Association; "Insurance Basics for the Construction Attorney," "Coverage for Construction Defects under CGL Policies," and "Ethics for Construction Attorneys," all for National Business Institute; and "Employee or Independent Contractor," for National Association of Women in Construction.
Mr. Meyer has been married for seven years. He enjoys spending time with his wife and his daughter, and their two dogs.
Among the notable cases in which Mr. Meyer has been involved in are: