Mr. Meyers, a partner in the Washington, D.C., office, is a member of the Securities Litigation and Regulatory Enforcement group. Mr. Meyers’ practice focuses on the full range of SEC enforcement matters, including alleged accounting and financial fraud, broker-dealer issues, insider trading, and alleged false statements or omissions in SEC filings and elsewhere. Mr. Meyers has also successfully represented clients in private securities litigation.
Mr. Meyers is recognized by Chambers USA 2014 in Band 2 for securities litigation and is described by clients to be “an incredibly engaged, responsive and thoughtful counselor.” Successful results include:
For Financial Institutions and Related Individuals
For Other Public Companies and Related Individuals
For Auditing Firms and Related Individuals
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Meyers served as Assistant Chief Litigation Counsel in the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Enforcement. During his tenure, he received the Chairman’s Award for Excellence and the Capital Markets Award. While at the SEC, Mr. Meyers handled the following matters that involved significant litigation or other work in the district court, and was also involved in other prominent matters that were brought as settled actions.
Mr. Meyers has written numerous articles and has spoken frequently on a variety of topics involving SEC enforcement, antitrust and trade regulation.
Not admitted in New York.
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