Meyer Wilson is pleased to announce that Attorneys David P. Meyer, Matthew R. Wilson, and Michael J. Boyle have been selected for inclusion in the latest edition of Super Lawyers magazine! This is a significant achievement all three lawyers have previously earned, and it speaks to the positive reputations they have garnered among their peers.
In addition to his Super Lawyers selection, Attorney David P. Meyer was also named to the Top 50 Columbus Super Lawyers list. He has been named to the Top 50 list in three previous years (2012, 2013, and 2017) and twice to the Top 100 list (2012-2013)
Our attorneys were named to the 2021 Super Lawyers list in the following practice areas:
- David P. Meyer: Securities Litigation, Class Action / Mass Torts (Super Lawyers 2011-2021; Top 50 Columbus Super Lawyers 2012, 2013, 2017, 2021; Rising Stars 2005-2007, 2009).
- Matthew R. Wilson: Class Action / Mass Torts, Consumer Law, Securities Litigation (Super Lawyers 2015-2021; Rising Stars 2011-2014).
- Michael J. Boyle: Class Action / Mass Torts (Super Lawyers 2020-2021; Rising Stars 2015-2018).
Read more about our attorneys’ Super Lawyers selections here.
Meyer Wilson is comprised of award-winning attorneys who have earned national recognition from leading professional organizations, including The Best Lawyers in America. Earlier this year, our firm also received the highest Metropolitan Tier 1 ranking in the 2021 “Best Law Firms” list.
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