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|AL||Authorized to practice law||1984||06/01/2017|
|Staff Attorney||Legal Services Alabama - Birmingham Office||2014 - Present|
|Sole Proprietor||A. Wilson Webb, Attorney at Law||2008 - 2014|
|Managing Attorney||Alabama Consumer Law Group, P.C.||2006 - 2008|
|Staff Attorney||Legal Services Alabama||1991 - 2006|
|A. Wilson Webb, Esq.||Law Office of A. Wilson Webb||1985 - 1991|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|National Association of Consumer Advocates||Alabama State Co-Chair||2003 - Present|
|National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys||Member||2009 - 2012|
|Credit Nation Lending Services LLC v. Nettles, USDC 2013||Affirmed (with Memorandum Opinion)|
|Fields v. Buy George Auto Sales, et al||Successfully opposed Motion to Dismiss based upon judicial estoppel|
|Gray v. Pioneer Credit, MD Bnkr. Ct Ala, AP-09-01050(Judge Williams)||Gray received $1,000 damage award, plus costs and attorney fees.|
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|Consumer Law Manual by Legal Services Corporation of Alabama||Truth in Lending Act (update)||1997|
|Consumer Law Manual by Legal Services Corporation of Alabama||Rent to Own (update)||1997|
|Cumberland School of Law, Samford University||Law||Juris Doctor||1983|
|Consumer Practice Group Meeting||Removing State Court Actions to Federal Court||2010|
|Consumer Practice Group Meeting||Truth in Lending Act in Adversary Proceedings in Bankruptcy Court||2010|
|2008 NACA Auto Fraud Litigation Conference||Getting Clients via the Bankruptcy System||2008|
|Madison County Bar Association||Application and Use of Truth in Lending Act in new Ways||2007|
|Consumer Law in Alabama, Cumberland Law School CLE||Introduction to the Truth in Lending Act||2006|
|CLE for U.S. Army Legal staff||Consumer Law issues including Truth in Lending Act||2006|
|Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Trustee Phillip Geddes' Bankruptcy CLE||Objections and Defenses in the Claims Process, and Truth in Lending Act, Payday loans and Title Pawns, UCC remedies including Revocation of Acceptance, Deceptive Trade Practices Act, etc||2006|
Posted by Kate
I asked my question and BAM! Got an answer from Mr. Wilson almost immediately. Not only that, but it looks like its going in my favor!! Can't beat that!!!
Posted by Alan
I met Mr. Webb through a referal when an entity, from whom I was purchasing a building and land, that was my business was hit by the tornadoes and destroyed. I had never been notified of the bankruptcy because of being considered an unsecured creditor and also could not collect and insurance on the building due to many complications. This gentleman, and I mean that in every sense of the word, when well beyond his way to help me not only receive some money but hopefully acquire the land and part of building that I had already began building.
To his fairness and sense of decency he stopped billing me after the matter became more complcated than origionally thought and I paid only a small amount over the origional price quoted although he spent time and energy on my case without compensation.
He is an incredibly compassionate man with a sense of fairness and fairplay. My encounter with him has been a pleasure and I also gained the knowledge that these type of people still exist. It is an honor to know him.
Posted by Ranee
Mr. Webb has gone above and beyond what he was paid to do. Every time my business partner and I discuss him and what he had done, we say what a blessing it is to have come across him. Such a patient man, knowledgeable, available to discuss the case with us in such a way that made everything very clear. We would have been lost without him.
Maria House, General practice Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
It is with sincere admiration that I endorse this lawyer. Mr. Webb's knowledge and consideration of all aspects of a legal dispute give him a thorough view that all lawyers and litigants can appreciate. His expertise in this area of law guides people as to their respective rights and helps this avvo community of readers.