Clark Hill Attorney Matthew T. Smith to Present “Fair Collection Law, Finance & Banking” Seminar at Johnstone University
– Clark Hill attorney Matthews T. Smith will present “Fair Collection Law, Finance & Banking” at Johnstone Grand Rapids Training Center Friday, March 20, 2009.
Mr. Smith will provide tips and strategies to increase collections and comply with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
This is a free seminar.
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Matthew T. Smith
is a member of Clark Hill’s Litigation Practice Group, and specializes in commercial and construction related matters. Mr. Smith is experienced in bankruptcy, creditor’s rights, real estate and civil litigation.
Mr. Smith received a B.A. degree in Financial Administration from
in 1991, where he was an athlete and received several scholarships and awards.
Mr. Smith joined the United States Marine Corps in 1993 and has achieved the rank of Major. After receiving his law degree from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law in 1994, he practiced bankruptcy, real estate and corporations’ law. In 1995, he returned to active duty for the Marines and attended
in 1996, receiving certification as a Judge Advocate of the United States Marine Corps. Mr. Smith served as government counsel, defense counsel, and as a Special Assistant United States Attorney for the Marine Corps’ Office of the Staff Judge Advocate in
. He returned to
in 1999 to practice creditors’ rights law, construction litigation, real estate and corporations’ law, while also working for the U.S. Marine Reserves.
Since 1890, Clark Hill PLC has been serving the business, government, non-profit and personal needs of clients throughout the country.
With offices in
, Clark Hill is a full service law firm with more than 190 attorneys.
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