Cincinnati attorney, Michael L. Meyer is among the select group of e-discovery professionals to pass the rigorous Certified E-Discovery Specialists certification examination.
The CEDS credential is earned by individuals who pass the rigorous four-hour examination that provides a tough and objective measure of mastery of the challenging field of e-discovery. The certification program is administered by the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), the premier membership organization of professionals in the field worldwide.
The CEDS certification is compelling evidence that designees are competent and knowledgeable in e-discovery regardless of their professional specialization—whether they are lawyers, litigation support staff, records managers, information technology (IT) specialists, technology officials, court personnel, paralegals or consultants. The credential is an assurance to employers, colleagues and clients that the CEDS-certified professional is serious about efficiency, cost-effectiveness and risk reduction in all phases of e-discovery. To learn more about ACEDS and the certification click here.
Meyer has significant litigation experience in cases involving the misappropriation of trade secrets and violations of non-compete/non-solicitation agreements. He also has experience litigating construction contract disputes and construction defect claims. Michael’s practice also includes insurance coverage litigation, representing both insurers and insureds, as well as litigating bad faith claims against insurance carriers. Michael also has experience in premises and products liability personal injury matters in a variety of commercial and industrial settings.