Brett Meyerhoff focuses his practice on complex civil litigation matters.  Brett has experience in a broad range of litigation matters in state and federal courts, and has also defended clients in various complex civil litigation matters that have been resolved through arbitrations and mediations.  Brett has represented clients through all stages of litigation, including at the appellate level where he has argued at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and filed briefs and petitions with the US Supreme Court, Ninth Circuit, as well as state courts of appeals.  Brett has represented clients in cases involving patent infringement, alleged antitrust exclusive dealing and monopolization, healthcare litigation, breach of contract, alter ego liability, constitutional criminal procedure, and accounting firm defense, among others.

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  • In the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, won a unanimous victory in an asylum and withholding of removal case on behalf of two pro bono clients. (Zita-Martinez v. Garland,2021)  Read case study here.
  • Defended an independent power producer in the successful arbitration of a contract dispute concerning a half-billion dollar renewable energy development project (2020).
  • Obtained summary judgment for a leading health insurance company defeating provider claims seeking more than $8 million in compensatory damages in addition to punitive damages (US District Court for the Central District of California, 2020).

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  • Western Center on Law and Poverty, Advisory Board member


University of California, Los Angeles, School of Law, JD, 2018
University of California, Irvine, BA, summa cum laude, 2015


US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
US District Court for the Central District of California

Brett Meyerhoff

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