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Christopher C. Myers - Fort Wayne, IN

809 S Calhoun StSte 400 Fort Wayne, IN 46802

Updated: 02/27/2024

Fort Wayne Litigation Lawyer

Overview

Upon graduating from law school in 1981, Christopher C. Myers worked at a general practice law firm until he opened his own practice in 1986. Christopher's litigation practice focuses on helping individuals in employment and civil rights cases...

Upon graduating from law school in 1981, Christopher C. Myers worked at a general practice law firm until he opened his own practice in 1986. Christopher's litigation practice focuses on helping individuals in employment and civil rights cases. Specific areas of practice include wage claims (minimum wage, overtime, illegal wage withholding), discrimination and harassment (sex, race, age, pregnancy, national origin, religion, disability), retaliation for reporting unlawful discrimination and harassment, police and sheriff misconduct (excessive force, over-detention, failure to provide medical care, as well as other areas of constitutional law and civil rights. Christopher also is class counsel in a number of class action civil rights cases throughout Indiana involving over-detentions in county jails.

Myers & Wallace, LLP, and their paralegals and staff, are committed to providing the highest quality of legal service to their clients from the initial telephone intake, through appeal, if one is warranted. The attorneys at Myers & Wallace, LLP represent their clients at mediations, arbitrations, jury trials, and appellate arguments in Indiana State Courts, United States District Courts, and the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.

About Christopher C. Myers

Practice Areas

  • Litigation
  • Discrimination and harassment (sex, race, age, pregnancy, national origin, religion, disability)
  • Retaliation for reporting unlawful discrimination and harassment
  • Police and sheriff misconduct (extensive force, over detention, failure to provide medical care as well as other areas of constitutional law and civil rights)
  • Wage claims (minimum wage, overtime, illegal wage, withholding)

Qualifications

Bar Admissions

  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Indiana
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of Indiana
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 7th Circuit
  • Indiana
  • United States Supreme Court

Past Positions

  • Wilks and Kimbrough

Education

  • Wake Forest University School of Law, Winston Salem, North Carolina, 1981
    J.D.
  • DePauw University, 1978
    Bachelor's
    Major: Psychology

Fees

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

809 S Calhoun StSte 400 Fort Wayne, IN 46802

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