Meyer Wilson, a national law firm focused on investor claims and class and mass actions, is pleased to announce the promotion of Attorney Courtney Werning to the position of Principal with the firm.
Ms. Werning joined Meyer Wilson as a law clerk in 2010 during her second year in law school. Over the past 12 years, she has earned a national reputation as a successful trial attorney in high-stakes disputes between individual investors and their financial advisers. Her practice includes litigation in state and appellate courts and many arbitration forums across the country.
“It’s been an honor to play an integral part in growing this firm,” said Ms. Werning. “David and Matthew have been incredible mentors to me, and nothing has made me prouder in my professional life than partnering with them to continue the great work we do together.”
Managing Principal David Meyer says, “Courtney Werning is a rock star, simple as that. She has the perfect mix of skilled advocacy and compassion, making her a fierce opponent when fighting for her clients against Wall Street, combined with a keen ability to connect with her clients so that they feel protected and in good hands. She is smart, thorough, detail-oriented and her case preparation and doggedness are unmatched. I am proud of Courtney’s success and excited about the continued growth of the firm.
Over the past 22 years, the investor claims practice group at Meyer Wilson has gained national prominence in obtaining recoveries for their clients against financial institutions for investment-related misconduct. The firm has recovered more than $350 million for its clients nationwide. For more information, please visit InvestorClaims.com or MeyerWilson.com, or contact us at (614) 532-4576.