|President||Morrow & Artim, PC||2010 - Present|
|President||Morrow & Kross, PC||2006 - 2010|
|President||Morrow & Morrow, PC||1998 - 2006|
|Principal||Clayton S. Morrow, Attorney at Law||1992 - 1998|
|Attorney||Pakovitz & Steinberg, PC||1988 - 1992|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|National Association of Consumer Advocates||Member||1996 - Present|
|Mars Lacrosse Boosters, Inc.||Vice President||2013 - 2016|
|Southern Butler County Community Credit Union||Board of Directors||2005 - 2014|
|Citimortgage, Inc. f/k/a Travelers Bank & Trust, FSB v Jeffrey R. Wicker||Sheriff Sale set aside and foreclosure case dismissed|
|Daniels v Davis Davis Attorneys, PC||Award in favor of consumer|
|Worldwide Asset v Stern and Commonwealth Financial v. Miller||Credit card collection case Dismissed.|
|See all legal cases|
|Continuing Legal Education Seminar publication||Credit Collection, Allegheny Compulsory Arbitration Seminar||2012|
|Ohio Northern University - Claude W. Pettit College of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1987|
|University of Pittsburgh||Economics||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1984|
|19th Annual Bankruptcy Institute||Consumer Litigation FDCPA & FCRA||2014|
|Primer on the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act||Potential State Law Claims and Other Federal Claims, Important FDCPA Cases||2013|
|Establishing and Maintaining a Successful Small Firm Practice||General Practice||2013|
|Primer on the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act||Fair Debt Collection Practices Act||2012|
|Allegheny Compulsory Arbitration Seminar||Credit Collection||2012|
|Consumer Debt Litigation||Fair Debt Collection Developments, Attorneys Fees and Other Charges, Various Types of Consumer Debts||2009|
|Consumer Debt Litigation||Consumer Debt Litigation||2009|
Posted by anonymous
I noticed an old debt on my credit report while preparing for a new home purchase. I contacted a few other lawyers who advised me to just pay the debt and forget about it which just wasn't an option for me. I spoke to Clay and immediately was put at ease--he helped me clear up the issue and got me compensation which I didn't even expect. Clay is very thorough and professional. I highly recommend him!
Posted by William
I was being sued for old debt that Midland had purchased. At first, I was going to litigate myself. I had paperwork ready yet my case was moved to another date, so I wasted a trip to the magistrate and waited around until someone finally informed me that my case was not that day, a complete wasted of my time. After careful research on what to do, I thought it was in my best interest to hire an attorney to assist me with my case. I looked for a few attorney's in the Pittsburgh area and was able to speak to Clay. He was very easy and pleasant to deal with. The cost was around $350 I believe to engage him for services which was really well worth it as it was a suit against me for around $5k.
To make a long story short, Clay and his team showed up at the magistrate for me on my behalf and we won the case. I was also able to get all of my midland accounts dismissed. These guys did right by me and had my best interests in mind.
The moral of this story is, it's tempting to go at it alone and try to litigate yourself to save a couple hundred dollars, but having a professional who does this for living for a reasonable fee will help navigate you through the process, show up on your behalf so you don't have to waste your time in court and will review the case a few different ways to get you the absolute best outcome. If you are in a situation like me, you don't have to be worried or scared, simply engage these guys and let them do what they do best!
A big thank you to Clay and his team for all their help!
Posted by anonymous
I am a consumer relatively well versed in the rights afforded to us under the FDCPA, so when I received a letter from a collection agency demanding a settlement on an account outside the SOL I sought the counsel of attorney Morrow. Other attorneys told me that it was not a case worth pursuing or that they could help with the settlement negotiations... But I knew that the letter violated my rights, and so did attorney Morrow. He was professional, informative and easy to talk to. All these traits solidified his experience in the field. He quickly got the collector to pay up, not only dropping the debt from my credit report, but also avoiding 1099-c reporting, which was quite impressive. Attorney Morrow should be your first choice in FDCPA claims matters, I know he is mine..
Thomas Michael, Business Attorney
Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter
I have worked opposite Clay on literally hundreds of collection files. He is an expert in consumer protection and FDCPA issues. Clay is a consummate professional and has always treated his clients, the court, and opposing counsel with respect.
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