Meyer Wilson is pleased to announce that our firm’s two Principals – David P. Meyer and Matthew R. Wilson – have been named once again to this year’s edition of Ohio Super Lawyers.
In total, no more than 5% of all admitted and practicing lawyers in the entire state are chosen for inclusion to the Super Lawyers list – a distinction which places both David Meyer and Matt Wilson among the top in their fields.
Nationally Recognized Investment Loss Attorneys
David P. Meyer and Matthew R. Wilson have helped earn Meyer Wilson the respect and esteem of our legal and local communities, as well as numerous financial professionals, regulatory officials, and investors and consumers nationwide who’ve been harmed by investment misconduct and consumer fraud.
That respect stems from their tireless efforts and expansive knowledge, and their consistent recognition in the areas of Securities Litigation, Class Action / Mass Torts, and Consumer Law by Super Lawyers:
- David Meyer has been named to the Ohio Super Lawyers list every year since 2011. With four previous selections to the Super Lawyers list of Rising Stars, which recognizes top young attorneys, he has been recognized by the publication for a total of 13 years.
- Matthew R. Wilson has also been included in both the Ohio Super Lawyers list and the Super Lawyers Rising Stars list. This is the fifth consecutive year he has been named to the publication’s eponymous listing. He was previously named to the Rising Stars list in four separate years.
Read more on our press release.
Trust a Team of National-Caliber Attorneys
Helmed by two Trial Lawyers who’ve earned recognition among the best in their fields, Meyer Wilson has been able to recover more than $350 million for our clients. Our firm has also built a name of its own, being recognized in 2019 among the “Best Law Firms” by U.S. News.
If you have questions about a potential claim involving investment fraud or misconduct and how we may be of assistance, please call (800) 738-1960 or contact us online.
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