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Attorney David P. Meyer - founding Partner at the investment fraud law firm of Meyer Wilson - recently discussed the Phil Mickelson insider trading investigation with Columbus radio station WTVN.

COLUMBUS, Ohio, June 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Attorney David P. Meyer is an investment and securities fraud attorney who represents clients nationwide who have suffered losses as a result of investment misconduct. As founding principal of Meyer Wilson, Attorney Meyer has helped numerous investors recover their losses and has earned a number of professional awards and distinctions, including his selection to the list of The Best Lawyers in America®. Because he is considered a respected authority in the field of investment fraud, Attorney Meyer regularly shares his insight by delivering presentations and making various media appearances. Just recently, he was featured on WTVN radio to discuss the Phil Mickelson Insider Trading Investigation.

Attorney Meyer shared his insight on insider trading, which occurs when someone trades stocks based on confidential information or shares it with another who then makes trades. Phil Mickelson, an acclaimed professional golfer, recently faced these allegations after it was discovered that he made trades in shares of stocks of Clorox just days before billionaire investor Carl Icahn announced interest in buying the company. Investigators will work to determine if Mickelson was acting on information not made available to the public.

According to Attorney Meyer, insider trading convictions are heavily penalized, and offenders can face up to 20 years in prison and millions of dollars in fines. Attorney Meyer also stated that insider trading cases are difficult to prove and that investigators will need concrete evidence in order to tie Mickelson to any wrongdoing.

Attorney Meyer's radio appearance on this national story establishes him as a trusted authority in the field of investment fraud. Aside from providing the public with insightful information, Attorney Meyer also uses his experience to represent investors nationwide in need of recovering their losses. More information about Attorney Meyer and the cases his firm handles can be found on Meyer Wilson's website: www.investorclaims.com.

David P. Meyer is an experienced securities fraud lawyer and founding principal of Meyer Wilson, a firm that serves investors nationwide from office locations in Los Angeles, California and Columbus, Ohio. He has been listed in The Best Lawyer in America® publication and has been named one of the Top 100 Lawyers in the state of Ohio.

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