Bowman and Brooke Logo
John Meyer

John Meyer

Associate
Phone:201.577.5191

John Meyer is an associate attorney with an established practice in high-exposure negligence, general liability and product liability litigation. He has defended a variety of clients in the transportation and consumer products industries on complex civil litigation matters from inception through appeal.

John has aided in resolving high exposure matters via motions practice and favorable settlements for numerous other clients, conducted extensive research into emerging regulatory and statutory developments, advised clients on litigation avoidance strategies and coordinated between national, local counsel and the client in multi-jurisdictional and national litigation. He is well versed in drafting pleadings, arguing motions and summary judgements, written discovery, depositions, case evaluations and preparing cases for mediation.

Outside of the office, John is an avid long-distance runner and enjoys reading a variety of fiction novels.

Bar Admissions

  • New Jersey, 2021

Court Admissions

  • U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey

Education

  • Rutgers School of Law, J.D., 2020

    magna cum laude 

    Editor-in-Chief, Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal

    Dean’s List

    Order of the Coif 

    Rutgers Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Award, Best Student Note

  • Rowan University, B.A., 2017

    magna cum laude

    Dean’s List

    Major: Law and Justice Studies, 

    Minor: Business Administration

    NCAA Division III Cross Country Academic All American, 2015 – 2016

Speaking Engagements

  • "Lithium-Ion Battery Technology: Design 101 and Litigation/Regulatory Issues," Panelist, Webinar, September 2023

Publications

  • “Electronically Stored Business Records: Favorable Presumptions and Motion Practice,” Author, New Jersey Defense Association, October 2023
  • “What Cannot Be Taught: Allegations of Failure to Train Common Sense,” Author, New Jersey Law Journal, August 2022
  • “Employers, Background Checks, and Negligent Hiring: A Right to Legal Erasure,” Author, New Jersey Law Journal, January 2022
  • "Section 10 Forbearance and the FCC’s New Era of Internet Regulation," Note, 46 RUTGERS COMPUTER TECH. L. J. 124-51, 2019

Judicial Clerkships

  • New Jersey Superior Court, Hon. Greta Gooden Brown, Law Clerk, 2021 – 21