Stephen Myers, JD, LLM
Mr. Myers holds a Bachelor of Arts in political science and philosophy from Baylor University. He was a varsity athlete at Baylor: Track & Field (400m & 800m) and Football #84 (wide-receiver). Mr. Myers was honored to have been selected as a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity and as a member of the Phi Sigma Tau Honor Society. Mr. Myers also holds a law degree and a Master of Laws degree in information technology from The John Marshall Law School (Chicago, IL).
Mr. Myers published a legal comment on the "Potential Liability Under the Illinois Electronic Commerce Security Act: Is it a Risk Worth Taking?" which appeared in The John Marshall Journal of Computer and Information Law, Spring Issue, v. 17.3. Since the article’s publication, it has been favorably cited in other scholarly works and has been used in seminars and classrooms which have focused on information security and privacy. Mr. Myers also authored Chapter 13, "An Introduction to Intellectual Property," in the internationally acclaimed legal text Legal English by Mark Wojcik of the International Law Institute.
Moreover, Mr. Myers served as an American Bar Association representative for The John Marshall Law School and as an executive board member and staff editor of The John Marshall Journal of Computer and Information Law. To further his legal merit, Mr. Myers was a judicial extern for the United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois, under the Honorable Ronald Guzman and a judicial extern for the State of Illinois, under the Honorable Alexander White. Mr. Myers is an active member of the Illinois Bar.
Additionally, Mr. Myers was a fellow in Washington, DC, as an advisor to the Executive Office of the President, O.M.B., The Clinton Administration. In this role, Mr. Myers’ primary duty was to oversee, manage and execute the president’s policy for federal agency Y2K compliance. Mr. Myers reported to the General Counsel of the President and the Director of the Office of Management and Budget.
As an executive, Mr. Myers has been hired as the CEO of five start-up companies: 2 medical, 1 consumer product and 2 software. Currently, he is the CEO of a surgical assist company, the VP of operations for a 6,000 square foot freestanding ER, the COO of an engineering company and an executive for an athletic training company.
As a business owner, Mr. Myers is the founder of Omega Advisors & Management, Inc., and a partner at the law firm of Myers Bradford, PLLC (offices in DC (main) and Chicago).