Robert “Skip” Myers

Robert H. (“Skip”) Myers, Jr. is the managing partner of the Washington, D.C. office of the law firm of Morris, Manning & Martin.
His practice specializes in financial services regulatory and corporate issues.  He represents a variety of insurance entities, trade associations, and other corporations.

He has written, spoken, and presented testimony on various issues, including the antitrust regulation of the financial services industry, the utilization of interstate compacts for insurance regulation, federal initiatives regarding the regulation of the business of insurance, financial services reform, privacy, the Liability Risk Retention Act, and the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act. His articles have appeared in the Journal of Insurance Regulation, Journal of Reinsurance, Risk Management,Journal of Taxation, The Brief, Best’s Review, The Risk Retention Reporter, and other publications.  He co-authored “Insurance Regulation in the Public Interest:  Where Do We Go From Here?”, which won the best article award from the Journal of Insurance Regulation in 1994.  He was nominated to, and is included in, the Guide to the World’s Leading Insurance and Reinsurance Lawyers.

Skip has served as the Chair of the Public Regulation of Insurance Law Committee of the American Bar Association.  He is a member of the District of Columbia and Maryland Bars and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Federation of Regulatory Counsel.

Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP is a law firm located in Atlanta, Georgia, Charlotte, North Carolina and Washington, DC.  The firm has over 200 lawyers engaged in a sophisticated business and litigation practice.  The firm has strong corporate, insurance, healthcare, privacy and financial services groups in Atlanta and Washington.  Mr. Myers is based in the firm’s Washington office.


  • Princeton University
  • University of Virginia Law School