Meredith L. Lambert


  • Princeton University
    A.B. 2008
  • Temple University Beasley School of Law
    J.D. 2010
  • Pennsylvania

Meredith L. Lambert, an associate of the Firm, concentrates her practice in the area of new matter development.  Meredith brings to the Firm’s lead plaintiff practice group over six years of experience litigating securities fraud claims.   

Through her prior practice in the area of securities fraud litigation, Meredith was extensively involved in all aspects of pre-trial proceedings before federal district courts from the pleading stage to settlement.  Dedicated to helping plaintiffs recover their losses, Meredith has a demonstrated track record of obtaining significant awards on their behalf.   

Representative Outcomes
  • Obtained a $2.4 billion settlement in litigation against Bank of America (BoA) relating to its merger with Merrill Lynch & Co. (Merrill). Our clients, Dutch National pension fund PGGM and Swedish National pension fund AP4, alleged that BoA gave shareholders false and misleading information about Merrill’s financial condition and obligations prior to a key vote on the merger. 

    The settlement, which included an undertaking to improve corporate governance policies, was the 6th-largest ever in a securities class action and the largest so far to come out of the subprime meltdown and credit crisis.


“U.S. Supreme Court Clarifies Scope of SLUSA’s Preclusion Provision in Chadbourne & Parke LLP v. Troice,” Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check Bulletin (Spring 2014)

Chadbourne & Park, LLP v. Troice — Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments on SLUSA’s ‘In Connection With’ Requirement,” Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check Bulletin

Amgen Inc. v. Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds: Supreme Court’s Holding Levels the Playing Field at Class Certification in Securities Cases,” Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check Bulletin (Spring 2013)

“Class Certified in the Bank of America Securities Litigation,” Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check Bulletin (Winter 2012)

“The Competing Justices of Clean Sport: Strengthening the Integrity of International Athletics While  Affording a Fair Process for the Individual Athlete under the World Antidoping Program,” 23 Temp. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 409 (2009)


2014 Delaware Track & Field Hall of Fame Inductee

Community Involvement

Meredith volunteers as co-counsel to the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia (“PILCOP”), representing families of children with disabilities seeking a free and appropriate public education (“FAPE”).  In addition, over the past five years, Meredith has consistently been involved in the firm’s annual support for Back on My Feet (“BOMF”) as a participant in the organization’s road races on behalf of Team KTMC.