Case Results

  • $262M
    Class Action Verdict Against Prudential Securities.
    David Meyer served as lead counsel on behalf of over 200 retirees in Ohio in an unauthorized trading and breach of fiduciary class action against Prudential Securities. Following a multiple week trial, the jury returned a verdict for $12 million in ...
  • $75.5M
    $75.5 Million from Capital One in Largest TCPA Settlement
    In a case filed in Chicago, Meyer Wilson and its co-counsel achieved the largest all-cash class settlement in the history of the TCPA. Consumers who received automated or prerecorded calls on their cell phones were able to make claims for their share ...
  • $40M
    Nearly $40 Million in Cash for Recipients of HSBC Robocalls
    In April 2015, HSBC agreed to pay $39.975 million into a settlement fund for the benefit of consumers, represented by Meyer Wilson, who received automated or prerecorded message on their cell phones from HSBC. This was one of the largest settlements ...
  • $32M
    Bank of America Pays $32 Million
    Consumers were able to share in a common fund of $32 million, which Bank of America paid in a class action lawsuit brought by Meyer Wilson in San Francisco. The plaintiffs alleged that the debt collection robocalls they received were illegal. This ...
  • $24.15M
    $24.15 Million from Sallie Mae
    Meyer Wilson was co-lead Class Counsel in this nationwide class action alleging unauthorized autodialer calls to the cell phones of borrowers. The $24.15 million class settlement was the largest in the history of the TCPA at that time.
  • $20.35M
    $20.35 Million ING Class Action
    Meyer Wilson’s clients had alleged that ING had promised them that their ability to modify the mortgage notes on their adjustable rate mortgages if interest rates went down would never be taken away, nor would it ever go up in price during the life ...
  • $7M
    $7 Million PNC Bank Wage-and-Hour Settlement
    Meyer Wilson’s class action lawyers obtained a settlement with PNC Bank that resulted in a payment of $7 million for mortgage loan officers who alleged that they had been improperly classified as exempt from the overtime laws.
  • $3.35M
    Bank of the West Multi-Million Dollar Settlement
    Bank of the West paid more than $3.35 million in cash to fund a settlement with consumers who alleged that they were robocalled illegally.
  • Clothes Dryer Vent Installations Fixed at No Charge to Consumers
    Meyer Wilson sued big box retailers Lowe’s, Best Buy, and HH Gregg, alleging that those stores had installed the wrong type of vent on clothes dryers in their customers’ homes. The type of vents the stores were using could cause fires, according to ...