Bob Meynardie is a trial lawyer with more than twenty-five years experience helping clients resolve disputes through litigation, arbitration, and mediation.  He has tried a wide range of employment, product defect, business, commercial, and construction cases to verdict in federal and state court and in arbitration.

Mr. Meynardie completed the 40 hour training for Superior Court civil mediators in 1998 and was certified by the Dispute Resolution Commission in 1999.  He has served as a neutral in more than 200 cases ranging from personal injury traffic accidents to complex multi-party business tort claims.

•     Meynardie & Nanney, PLLC (2010-Present)
•     The Meynardie Law Firm, PLLC (2008-2010)
•     Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, LLP (2003-2008)
•     Moore & Van Allen, PLLC (1993-2003)
•     Judicial Law Clerk, Honorable Susan H. Black (1991-1993)
•     Bank Holding Company Inspector, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (1986-1988)
•     Commercial Loans, Security Pacific Bank (1982-1986)

•     Emory University School of Law, JD (1991), Law Review and Order of the Coif
•     University of San Francisco, MBA in Finance (1985), National Honor Society
•     Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, BS in Economics (1981)

•     NC Business Magazine Legal Elite
•     Law & Politics Magazine Super Lawyer
•     Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Rating
•     NC Bar Association Construction Section Council, Chair 2011-2012
•     NC Bar Association Construction Section Council, 2005-2008
•     ABA Forum on Construction Industry, Steering Committee for Division 2 (Contract Documents)
•     Defense Research Institute (Commercial Litigation, Products Liability & Construction Law)
•     International Association of Defense Counsel
•     Carolinas Associated General Contractors

•     Electronically Stored Information and the New Federal Rules, NC Bar Association, Construction Section Annual Meeting
•     North Carolina Construction Law, Lorman Seminars
•     Public Construction Law in North Carolina, Lorman Seminars
•     Defending Delay, Acceleration, and Lost Productivity Claims, The Voice (DRI’s National Publication)
•     Contracting With General Contractors And Construction Managers To Avoid Or Reduce Exposure To Claims, NC Bar Association, Construction Section Annual Meeting
•     Comparison of the 2007 AIA Form Contracts And The New ConsensusDOCS, Presentations to Carolinas AGC and AIA

•     Georgia (1991)
•     North Carolina (1994)
•     Eastern, Middle, & Western Districts of North Carolina
•     4th Circuit Court of Appeals