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Meyer Wilson is proud to announce that its founding principal attorney, David P. Meyer, was selected for the honor of "Lawyer of the Year" by The Best Lawyers in America® in 2015. David was selected for the practice area "Professional Malpractice Law – Plaintiffs" in Columbus, Ohio. Only one lawyer in each city and practice area receives the prestigious "Lawyer of the Year" award.
David has been chosen for the honor of Best Lawyers® since 2011, but this is his first "Lawyer of the Year" award. The Best Lawyers in America list represents the top four percent of practicing attorneys in the United States.
In addition to David's "Lawyer of the Year" award, Meyer Wilson was also selected as one of the "Best Law Firms" by U.S. News & World Report and
Best Lawyers. According to U.S. News, law firms chosen for this honor are among the top in the nation, and recognized for their high quality legal representation and breadth of legal knowledge.
Since 1999, Meyer Wilson has been providing top-tier legal representation to investors who have suffered financial losses caused by investment misconduct. We are proud that our achievements in this arena have been recognized by our peers.
To learn more about the "Lawyer of the Year" distinction, visit BestLawyers.com or view
David Meyer's Best Lawyers profile directly.
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