Daniel P. Meyer, Non-Managerial Equity Principal and Founding General Counsel

Daniel P. "Dan" Meyer is a federal investigator specializing in the protection of sources providing information regarding wrongdoing, also known as "whistleblowers." He is currently a federal executive and is a member of the bar, District of Columbia, a National Security Studies Fellow - Maxwell School, Syracuse University, and the partner of Davis Franklin Davis.

A former naval officer, and veteran of the Persian Gulf War, Mr. Meyer is a survivor of the 1989 explosion onboard battleship USS Iowa (BB-61). He served as Communications & Signals Officer for the Flagship Middle East Force during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. In 1993-4, Mr. Meyer served as regulatory clerk to Commissioner Andrew C. Barrett of the Federal Communications Commission. He also served as a graduate intern to the Office of Communications Research in the Executive Office of the President during the first Clinton Administration. While at the White House, he assisted the President’s 'War Rooms' for the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993 and the North American Free Trade Agreement of 1994. He is the former General Counsel of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER). Mr. Meyer took his bachelors of arts at Cornell University in 1987 and his juris doctorate at Indiana University School of Law in 1995.

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