“As a lawyer, I want to build things. I want to build an estate plan. I want to help build a company. At the end of the day, I want to be proud to say that I was part of that.”
As Founding Partner of The Meyerson Law Firm, Phoenix attorney Jeff Meyerson believes in practicing law that’s good for his karma. He wants to give people and organizations the tools, resources, and knowledge that will build them up and help them succeed. It’s why you’ll see him stay far away from the type of dramatic lawsuits you see in famous movies or TV shows, and why he’s found his calling providing excellent business law and estate planning counsel to clients throughout Phoenix Metropolitan.
A native of Tucson, Arizona, Jeff graduated from the University of Arizona with a B.S. in Physiological Sciences. Realizing medical school wasn’t his cup of tea, Jeff pursued his dream of becoming a pro-golfer before he finally turned in his clubs for a new set of university books. This next time around, he would practice law.
Upon graduating from law school at his alma mater University of Arizona, Jeff began his professional law career in 2003 at Gallagher & Kennedy, a regional law firm headquartered in Phoenix, AZ. There, and later at Fennemore Craig, he represented a diverse portfolio of privately held companies in a variety of corporate matters including mergers, acquisitions, and corporate formation and structuring.
Eager to expand his experience with more sophisticated lawyering, Jeff joined the international firm DLA Piper LLP (US) in 2008 where he represented public companies in SEC reporting and compliance, mergers, tender offers, and public securities offerings. He also continued to represent privately-held companies and provide corporate law services such as contract review, drafting, and negotiation.
Jeff ventured forth from DLA Piper to form Foster & Meyerson in 2010. There he continued to represent private Valley companies and expanded his practice to include will and trust-based estate planning prior to founding The Meyerson Law Firm in 2012.