MARTINSBURG -- Walter M. Jones III, Managing Shareholder of the West Virginia law firm of Martin & Seibert has recently been selected to speak at the 12th National Forum on Consumer Finance Class Actions & Litigation at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress in Orlando, Fla.
According to the forum's host, the American Conference Institute, "as ground-breaking regulation comes into play and changes the consumer finance industry, leaders in the field will convene to share insight that will prepare [litigators] to overcome these new obstacles."
Jones is presenting on two issues: the first, "Effective Strategies for Preparing Expert and Company Witnesses for Depositions and Trial," will take place at 3 p.m. on Oct. 26. The second, "Identifying and Avoiding Trouble Spots in Debt Collection, Credit Reporting and Defending Against FDCPA, TCPA, FACTA and FCRA Claims," will be at 10:20 a.m. on Oct. 28. Jones' are two of several workshops hosted by "some of the most successful lawyers in the country," according to ACI.
Indeed, Jones has been both recognized by U.S. News and World Report and selected as a Super Lawyer in West Virginia every year since the recognition began in 2007. While his firm, Martin & Seibert L.C., has been honored by Corporate Counsel Magazine as a "Go-To" law firm for the nation's "Top 500 Companies," the publication also recognized Jones' individually for both his litigation experience and his defense of commercial, extra-contractual, and class actions.
Martin & Seibert has been practicing law for more than 100 years and has offices in Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. The firm offers full-service legal representation in a wide range of practice areas, including litigation, employment, government affairs, collections, and workers' compensation.
Renowned for its political influence in the legislative development of the state of West Virginia, Martin & Seibert, L.C. serves as national counsel for numerous high-profile clients where the technical skill to win complex matters is essential. Managing litigation, documents, and data, the firm defends large class actions and mass litigation and returns results.