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MG+M Elevates Six Attorneys to Partner in 2022
January 6, 2022


MG+M The Law Firm (MG+M) is pleased to announce that it has elevated six attorneys to partner, effective January 1, 2022. The new partners and their office locations are Natasha A. Corb (New Orleans), Haley L. Hansen (San Francisco and Chicago), Anna Hwang (New York), William B. Larson, Jr. (Wilmington, Delaware), Timothy J. Meyer (O’Fallon, Illinois) and Justin A. Reinhardt (O’Fallon, Illinois).

“We are tremendously proud of these very talented attorneys for their commitment to our firm and the exceptional level of service they provide to our clients,” said MG+M Chairperson and Partner John B. Manning. “Our firm is fortunate to have such a skilled group of attorneys across our offices and we congratulate them on their promotions.”

Corb concentrates her practice on complex and toxic tort litigation, environmental litigation, and products and premises liability. She vigorously defends MG+M’s clients in all aspects of defense, from inception of the case through trial, including fact and expert witness discovery, complex motion practice, and critical investigations and analyses involving medicine and science, such as epidemiology, toxicology, hydrology and public health. She is an active member of the firm’s Women’s Forum and a contributor to the firm’s Defense Litigation Insider blog. Corb received her JD from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University and her BS from the University of New Orleans.

Haley Hansen’s practice is focused on civil litigation, including products liability, toxic tort and mobile home litigation. She has experience taking a case from inception, through discovery and resolution, and has extensive experience in the courtroom, taking many cases to trial before a jury. Hansen received her JD from University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, and her BA in both Political Science and Environmental Studies from the University of California Santa Barbara.

Anna Hwang is a litigator and solicitor with extensive experience representing corporate entities in complex product and commercial litigation. She actively participates in all aspects of litigation, including discovery, motion practice, arbitration, deposition, settlement, trial preparation and appellate practice. She also represents premises owners and construction companies in labor law, construction defect, premises liability, insurance and negligence claims. Hwang received her JD from City University of New York School of Law and her BA from Temple University.

William Larson is a problem solver, litigator and trial attorney with experience in national product liability litigation, Delaware general and commercial litigation and local government matters. He is in the firm’s Delaware-based litigation group and focuses on arbitrations and litigation handling construction, real estate, business, contract and estate matters. He is a former City of Wilmington Senior Assistant City Solicitor and serves as the City’s Ethics Commission Counsel. Larson received his JD and BA from Washington and Lee University.

Timothy Meyer concentrates his practice on complex civil litigation, focusing on the areas of toxic tort and personal injury. He prides himself on coordinating the defense of clients, ranging from multinational corporations to small businesses, at every stage of litigation, and achieving optimal outcomes. He has experience defending myriad occupational exposure claims, from asbestos to flavoring chemicals and more. He earned his JD from Saint Louis University School of Law, his BS from the University of Missouri – Columbia and his MBA from the University of Missouri – St. Louis.

Justin Reinhardt represents companies, large and small, in civil litigation and business transactions. His practice is focused on trucking and transportation, premises liability, products liability and toxic torts. He has assisted businesses with formation and contract review, taken hundreds of depositions in jurisdictions across the country, prepared and argued numerous successful dispositive motions and appeals and tried several cases including achieving a defense verdict in a New York products liability case. Reinhardt completed his JD at Saint Louis University School of Law.

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