Father/Son Attorneys Team Up to Speak at 54th West Virginia Association for Justice Convention
Columbus, Ohio (April 27, 2012) – Attorneys Stephen P. Meyer and David P. Meyer will address an estimated 300 legal professionals on June 7th for the 54th Annual Convention and Seminar of the West Virginia Association for Justice (WVAJ). The father-son duo will offer their combined expertise in the world of pursing claims of investment fraud as they present, “When Investment Portfolios Fail: Holding Stockbrokers and Investment Counselors Accountable.”
“This is both a great and timely honor to be invited to speak to the West Virginia Bar Association members alongside my father, who is a Past President of the Association,” said David P. Meyer, founding principal and attorney at Meyer Wilson, LPA.
“The recent economy and other financial world influences have precipitated a spike in unscrupulous actions by stockbrokers and brokerage firms. We’ve seen large increases in the number of calls coming in to our law firm concerning Ponzi schemes and other investment fraud activities in just the past few months. Now is the time to examine your investments and the practices of your broker or broker firm.”
The presentation will focus on the finer nuances of identifying unethical and fraudulent activity, and the potential opportunities for recovering lost funds on behalf of the aggrieved.
David P. Meyer, Esq. is the son of attorney Stephen P. Meyer who is the namesake of his own firm, Meyer, Ford, Glasser & Radman PLLC based in Charleston, WV. Stephen has been practicing for more than 50 years and has instilled the same values and investor-advocate tenacity in his son, David, who himself has been practicing for more than 15 years.
Attorney David Meyer devotes his practice to investment fraud claims and focuses his attention and energy on cases concerning breach of fiduciary duty, churning, overconcentration, excessive activity, fraud, negligence, Ponzi and pyramid schemes, unauthorized trading, and unsuitability, in addition to arbitration and mediation services. The Meyer Wilson has offices in Columbus, Ohio and Los Angeles, California. Learn more about David P. Meyer, Esq. here.
About Meyer Wilson Co., LPA
The mission of the Meyer Wilson is: (1) to educate individual investors about how to avoid becoming a victim of investment fraud; and (2) to raise the awareness that there are legal options available to recover losses caused by investment misconduct.
The investment fraud lawyers at Meyer Wilson have successfully represented more than eight hundred individual investors from all across the country in securities arbitration and litigation against all major brokerage firms and won verdicts, judgments and settlements of hundreds of millions of dollars in losses on their behalf.
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