Margaret Meyers maintains a broad litigation practice representing institutions and individuals in government and internal investigations, regulatory proceedings, civil litigations, and white-collar criminal matters. Margaret brings to her law practice the drive, teamwork, and composure she developed as a collegiate athlete, delivering high-value service to her clients.
Margaret’s clients include public companies, investment banks, broker dealers, private equity firms, investment advisers, corporate officers and directors, and other professionals. She often advises them in simultaneous parallel proceedings involving civil litigation, arbitrations, and mediations, as well as investigations and matters before the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), Federal Reserve Bank, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), state attorneys general offices, and other governmental and self-regulatory bodies. These include matters relating to alleged fraud, manipulative trading practices, failure to supervise, recordkeeping violations, market access, best execution, outside business activities, and related disclosures.
In addition, Margaret maintains an active pro bono docket. This work has included representing an incarcerated client in connection with his application for post-conviction relief based on his 1999 conviction by a nonunanimous jury, as well as representing individuals seeking asylum, Special Immigrant Visas, and humanitarian parole. Margaret has also represented pro bono clients in connection with their role as amici, including drafting submissions to the U.S. Supreme Court on issues relating to the Dormant Commerce Clause.