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David P. Meyer Assumes Role as PIABA President

Meyer Wilson is pleased to announce that Attorney David P. Meyer has assumed his role as President of the Public Investors Advocate Bar Association (PIABA).

Mr. Meyer began his term on October 22, 2020, and will serve as PIABA President through 2021. Prior to being selected as President, Mr. Meyer served as an elected Director, Officer, and Committee Chair for PIABA over his 20-year membership with the organization.

Read more about David Meyer’s selection as PIABA President here.

PIABA is an international bar association comprised of attorneys who represent investors in matters involving securities disputes.

As President, Mr. Meyer will help further the organization’s mission to promote fairness in rules governing dispute resolution for investor claims against securities and commodities brokerage firms, advisory firms, and their representatives, and to advocate for policies that promote investor rights and prevent misconduct by those who sell investments to the public. He also plans to expand resources available to the investing public so as to help investors make informed decisions about who they choose for investment advice.

Attorney David Meyer’s selection as the new PIABA President speaks to his reputation as one of the nation’s most accomplished securities fraud and arbitration attorneys. Mr. Meyer will continue to advocate for wronged investors nationwide both as President of PIABA and Managing Principal of Meyer Wilson.

With decades of experience, our firm has the experience, resources, and tenacity needed to tackle even the largest cases nationwide. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.
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