Latham teams honored for knocking out a proposed class action on behalf of CCC Intelligent Solutions Inc. and for securing the dismissal of a shareholder derivative suit for client Switch Inc.
Meryn Grant represents corporations and their executives in securities class actions, litigation relating to mergers and acquisitions, and complex commercial litigation.
Ms. Grant helps clients navigate the full lifecycle of high-stakes litigation. She regularly represents market-leading companies in matters involving:
- Securities class actions
- Shareholder derivative litigation
- Mergers and acquisitions litigation
- Internal investigations
- Complex, high-exposure litigation
She guides clients through high-publicity matters and develops a unified strategy that aggressively advances a company’s position while protecting its reputation.
Ms. Grant’s trial experience includes a rare Rule 10b-5 class action and serving as lead attorney in a four-day federal jury trial.
As she previously served as an internal auditor to a public company, Ms. Grant intimately understands public company accounting and financial statements. Combining her academic background in statistics and knowledge of Food and Drug Administration regulatory approvals, she offers clients strategic insight in their most business-critical situations.
Ms. Grant’s active pro bono practice involves matters relating to criminal justice and sentencing reform.
Before joining the firm, Ms. Grant served as a law clerk to Alaska Supreme Court Justice Walter L. Carpeneti. While attending Stanford Law School, she was an article editor for the Stanford Journal of Law, Business & Finance.