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, is a seasoned litigator in the area of securities fraud, with several years of experience representing investors in numerous class-action cases against corporate defendants for violations of the federal securities laws.  

In her practice, Meredith is extensively involved in all aspects of pre-trial proceedings before federal district courts from the pleading stage to settlement.  Dedicated to helping defrauded investors 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.