Sulloway Partner Peter Meyer Recently Inducted Into the Prestigious American College of Trial Lawyers

Sulloway partner Peter Meyer was recently inducted into the prestigious American College of Trial Lawyers.  Peter was recognized for his outstanding skills in the courtroom defending health care providers.  The American College of Trial Lawyers was founded in 1950 as an organization to recognize the very best of courtroom bar.  The College has never limited the term “trial lawyers” and its membership is composed of civil attorneys from both sides of the “v.,” criminal lawyers, public interest lawyers, state and federal prosecutors and public defenders.  The primary constant is that Fellows of the College must have proven themselves in actual trial practice.  There is an intense vetting process to assure quality of the Fellows.  Membership is by invitation only to persons who have distinguished themselves in trial practice for at least 15 years and who are recognized leaders in their local communities.  Congratulations to Peter for this outstanding accomplishment.