A law firm devoted exclusively to the representation of individual investors with claims against their stockbroker or investment advisor, and the prosecution of consumer class actions nationwide. All cases are handled on a contingency fee.
Founded in 1999, the law firm of Meyer Wilson is a boutique firm devoted solely to investor claims and class action lawsuits. With offices in Ohio and California, we practice nationwide, and have represented more than 800 individual and institutional investors since our inception, including clients in: Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, New York, Miami, Orlando, Tampa, Atlanta, Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Charlotte, Detroit, Indianapolis, Dallas, Houston and Seattle.
We represent clients with investor claims in federal and state courts, and in arbitration through the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the American Arbitration Association (AAA) and private arbitration. We also represent international clients with claims against brokerage firms in the United States through FINRA.
As a niche firm, our investment fraud attorneys have the ability to focus their time on what they do best: recovering losses for investors with claims against financial advisors, stockbrokers and brokerage firms. Our class action practice group has served as lead and co-lead class counsel in numerous consumer class actions.
Our firm is honored to have received the highest recognition possible from our peers in the legal community for our achievements and dedication to our investor and consumer clients, including an AV-Rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest peer rating available. The firm's founding member, David P. Meyer, is listed in the 2013 edition of The Best Lawyers in America®.
Meyer Wilson has achieved jury awards, arbitration awards and settlements with a combined value of hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of our clients. Mr. Meyer has the honor of winning the largest jury verdict in Ohio's history, a jury verdict in excess of $260 million on behalf of 250 investors against Prudential Securities.
May 1, 2013 - COLUMBUS, Ohio – Consumers Confused by Misleading Senior Designations, Says CFPB Financial credentials are a way advisers can market their expertise to the investors who most need their services. In recent years, however, new credentials have arisen that enable unscrupulous advisers and financial professionals to target older Americans and sell them inappropriate and/or fraudulent products and […]
LPL Financial Customers: Meyer Wilson is launching an Investigation into Potentially Unsuitable Non-Traded REIT Recommendations. If you, or anyone you know, have interfaced with LPL Financial for Real Estate Investment Trusts, here is additional information you can pass along: http://www.investorclaims.com/library/lpl-financial-investigation-reit.cfm
Happy New Year from our homes to yours! Now is the perfect time – Even FINRA and the SEC agree. The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) have released a joint investor alert advising investors to review their investment plans and portfolios prior to the year’s end. […]
The New York Court of Appeals recently decided that a man could not force his former wife to renegotiate their divorce settlement after he lost millions in Bernie Madoff’s massive Ponzi scheme. The couple, whose combined worth was $13.4 million, divorced in 2006. They agreed to split their assets evenly, including the $5.4 million invested […]
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