Melinda Meade Meyers’ practice focuses on federal regulatory law as it pertains to natural resources. She represents Alaska Native corporations, concessioners, public lands user groups, zoos and aquariums, and others on regulatory compliance matters, corporate governance, and strategic business decisions related to permitting and government contracting.
Melinda’s expertise includes national park concessions, wildlife and animal law, federal small business contracting, and litigation. She has experience advocating for clients before various courts and administrative agencies in matters involving the Endangered Species Act, Animal Welfare Act, Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act, and other natural resources statutes. Melinda also counsels Alaska Native corporations on federal small business government contracting and 8(a) Program small business development issues.
Prior to joining the firm, Melinda was an associate in the D.C. office of an Alaska-based law firm, where she focused on wildlife and Alaska Native issues.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Melinda M. Meade Meyers
The National Law Review selected Xena Burwell, Melinda M. Meade Meyers, Tyson C. Kade, and Michael A. Swiger of Van Ness Feldman as a Go-To Thought Leaders for 2021 for their timely and informative Hydro Newsletters which provide must-read updates for stakeholders in the industry. The Energy Law experts at Van Ness Feldman highlight key cases impacting hydroelectric power, as well as FERC regulations, and NLR's readers appreciate the firm’s efforts to break down the latest issues impacting the hydropower industry.