Attorney Honored for Three Years Running
Washington, D.C. (December 2014) – Robert “Skip” Myers, a partner at Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP is recognized in the Top Five of Captive Review’s “Power 50” for the third year in a row.
The editors count Myers as one of the “Gang of Four” leading attorneys who are making a significant difference for the captive insurance sector by constantly working to educate and guide the industry. The publication writes that he is “never afraid to speak his mind and work for the captive cause.” It also notes that he is the general counsel of the National Risk Retention Association (NRRA) and often vocal about issues relating to the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act.
Myers has been in the Top Five of the Power 50 since 2012. Captive Review profiles the honorees – chosen from more than 600 entries from across the nation – in the December issue.
Myers is the Managing Partner of MMM’s Washington D.C. office and co-chairs the firm’s Insurance and Reinsurance Practice. He specializes in insurance regulation and corporate matters, with an emphasis on captive insurance and alternative risk transfer. He is a frequent speaker at national conferences, and is often quoted by leading industry publications. He is also on the boards of the Captive Insurance Companies Association and the International Center for Captive Insurance Education.
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