Cuyahoga County, Ohio Securities Lawyers
Attorney David P. Meyer is the principal founder of Meyer Wilson. He has gained national recognition as an investment fraud lawyer, representing more than 800 investors in investment misconduct claims. He has won verdicts, settlements and judgments of hundreds of millions of dollars on their behalf. Because he is recognized as an authority in this field, he is often asked to speak for bar associations and at educational seminars. He is an active member of the Public Investors’ Arbitration Bar Association and various other legal professional associations. In 2013, Attorney David Meyer was included in the list of Best...
Jay H. Salamon is a Principal at McCarthy Lebit. Mr. Salamon’s practice is primarily concentrated in the area of securities litigation and arbitration. His typical clients are investors who have been injured by the fraud or negligence of stockbrokers, investment advisors, life insurance agents, and other sellers of financial products and services. Mr. Salamon’s arbitration work is nationwide in scope. Mr. Salamon is also the author and regular commentator of stockmarketloss.com, the firm’s comprehensive securities arbitration website and blog.
Alan focuses his legal practice on complex commercial and financial litigation and arbitration, particularly in the areas of securities and investment fraud. His other areas of interest are ERISA, mass torts, privacy and data collection, employment cases, and international disputes.
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A highly experienced attorney with a broad spectrum of legal expertise and extensive track record of success in Securities, Corporate, Business, Real Estate, and Construction Law. Strengths include specialized knowledge of broker-dealers, investment managers, investment companies, insurance securities, investment advisers. Extensive experience with private placements, entrepreneurial ventures, venture capital, and private equity. Helps starts-ups to $Billion dollar entities with financing rounds, offerings, and planning. Additional qualifications include accounting investigations and related securities investigations and litigation. Corporate Law skills in M & A, financing transactions. Extensive real estate skills as counsel and as owner, in the acquisition, development, construction,...