Weisberg & Meyers Attorney Profiles
Alex Weisberg is a founding partner of Weisberg & Meyers, LLC and the managing partner of the
Firm's Florida Office.
Mr. Weisberg has been practicing consumer protection litigation exclusively since November of 2000.
Mr. Weisberg has participated in hundreds of consumer arbitration hearings and has tried to jury verdict
dozens of consumer protection cases in Florida, Illinois and Texas. Mr. Weisberg has also prevailed on
appeal in Florida on such landmark issues as ensuring lessees of vehicles have federal breach of warranty
rights throughout the State of Florida, by ensuring consumers successful in Lemon Law arbitrations still
have the right to pursue other legal damages in a court of law, and by preventing automobile manufacturers
from denying consumers their day in court by through adhesive arbitration agreements.
Mr. Weisberg was licensed to practice law in the State of Illinois in May 2000 and was subsequently
admitted to the United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois in December 2000 and the Central
District on June of 2001. Mr. Weisberg was licensed to practice law in the State of Florida in May 2002 and
was subsequently licensed to practice law in the United States District Courts for the Middle and Northern
Districts of Florida.
Mr. Weisberg may be reached via email at aweisberg@AttorneysForConsumers.com
or toll free at 888-595-9111 ext. 211.
Marshall Meyers is a founding partner of Weisberg & Meyers, LLC and the Firm's managing partner.
Mr. Meyers has devoted his entire professional career to the practice of consumer rights litigation and
has represented thousands of consumers throughout Arizona and the nation. Mr. Meyers has successfully argued
before the Arizona Supreme Court and Arizona appellate courts, as well as United States District courts
throughout the nation. Mr. Meyers has also prevailed in numerous trials and arbitrations in the State of
Arizona and because of this extensive experience and expertise, numerous Arizona media outlets have interviewed
Mr. Meyers on consumer protection issues including Phoenix television
Phoenix television Channel 12, KTAR radio, and the Today Show.
Although Mr. Meyers has spent his career seeking redress for consumers whose basic rights have been violated
by "Big Business," and aggressively pursuing companies violating consumer protection laws, Mr. Meyers believes
voluntary compliance with statutes enacted to protect consumers is a more positive consumer experience than
compliance forced through consumer rights litigation. With that ideal in mind, Mr. Meyers now offers "Pro Consumer"
FDCPA Compliance consulting to debt collection companies demonstrating a genuine interest in complying with the
Fair Debt Collection Laws the Firm enforces. However, unlike typical compliance consulting, which focuses on how
best to collect without breaking fair debt laws, Mr. Meyers' consulting services advise on how best to comply
with FDCPA regulations while still collecting. This consumer-concentric approach analyzes existing collection
methods from a consumer debtor's perspective, thereby offering the opportunity to identify and eradicate the
very practices prompting aggrieved consumers to contact consumer protection firms like Weisberg and Meyers.
Interested companies may contact Mr. Meyers for more information, but should be advised applications for
services will not be considered if the Firm is currently engaged in litigation against the applying company.
Mr. Meyers is licensed to practice in the State of Arizona and in various United States District Courts,
including the District of Arizona, the Northern District of Florida, the Northern and Southern Districts of
Illinois, the Eastern District of Wisconsin, and the Northern District of Indiana.
Mr. Meyers may be reached via email at mmeyers@AttorneysForConsumers.com
or toll free at 888-595-9111 ext. 111.
Aaron D. Radbil
Aaron D. Radbil is a senior associate attorney at Weisberg & Meyers, LLC. He earned a Bachelor
of Arts in Political Science from the University of Arizona, and a Juris Doctor from the University of
Miami School of Law. Mr. Radbil is licensed to practice before the state courts of Illinois and Florida.
He is admitted to practice before the United States District Courts for the Northern District of Illinois,
and the Middle and Southern Districts of Florida, as well as the United States Courts of Appeals for the
Fifth, Seventh, Ninth, and Eleventh Circuits.
Mr. Radbil has successfully tried numerous cases to verdict throughout various state and federal courts,
and has successfully briefed and argued issues of significant consumer interest before state and federal
courts of appeals. He has additionally resolved countless matters through mediation and/or private settlement.
Mr. Radbil focuses a significant portion of his practice on class action litigation. He has, over the
past several years, orchestrated nation-wide consumer driven class litigation before a number of state and federal
courts. In conjunction with his class litigation practice Mr. Radbil has spoken as a guest lecturer before the
University of DePaul College of Law Litigation Lab.
Notable trial victories:
- Candy Guajardo v. GC Services, LP
, 4:08-cv-00119 (S.D. Tex.). A Texas federal jury awarded a Texas consumer $120,000 in damages for violations of the federal
Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Texas Debt Collection Practices Act, and the Texas Business and Commerce Code.
Notable appellate decisions:
- Wayne Talley v. United
States Department of Agriculture, 595 F. 3d 754 (7th Cir. 2010), rehearing en banc granted, opinion vacated
(June 10, 2010), rehearing en banc (September 24, 2010), decision affirmed (October 1, 2010). The
United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, en banc, affirmed that "sovereign immunity" does not
protect the United States and its agencies from liability under the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act.
- Barry Oppenheim v. I.C.
System, Inc., 627 F. 3d 833 (11th Cir. 2010). The United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
endorsed a broad interpretation of the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act in finding that a "debt," as
statutorily defined, is created where an obligation to pay arises from a transaction, even absent an extension
- Edmund Mady v. DaimlerChrysler
Corporation, --- So. 3d ----, 2011 WL 1045598 (Fla. 2011). The Supreme Court of Florida held that a consumer who
resolves a legal action with a warrantor pursuant to Florida's offer of judgment statute constitutes a prevailing
party under the federal Magnuson Moss Warranty Act and may recover attorneys' fees as allowed by that statute.
- Dala Cano v. Hyundai Motor
America, Inc., 8 So. 3d 408 (Fla. 4th DCA 2009). The Fourth District Court of Appeals for the state of Florida
reversed an award of attorneys' fees and costs entered against a Florida consumer, finding that an automobile
manufacturer's formal offer of judgment failed to satisfy necessary substantive and procedural requirements.
- Edmund Jones v. Nissan North
America, 385 Ill. App. 3d 740 (Ill. 2d Dist. 2008). The Second District Court of Appeals for the state of Illinois
reversed an order dismissing an Illinois consumer's case for violation of the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act,
holding that an automobile buyer's ineligibility to participate in the manufacturer's dispute resolution process did
not deprive him of his right to file suit under the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.
Notable class action litigation:
- Martin and Barbara Garo v.
Global Credit & Collection Corporation, 09-cv-02506 (D. Ariz.). The United States District Court for the
District of Arizona, in January of 2011, certified a class of approximately 50,000 individuals alleged inured by a
debt collector's violations of the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
- Billie Beason, et al v.
Southwest Airlines, 09-cv-04145 (N.D. Ill.). A prospective class of individuals alleged that Southwest
Airlines flew 46 Boeing 737s, on more than 60,000 flights, in violation of federal air-safety regulations governing
the maintenance and operation of aircraft.
- Kevin Stout, et al v.
Freescore, LLC, d/b/s Freescore.com, 10-cv-1004395 (C.D. Cal.). A prospective class of individuals alleged
injury resulting from Freescore.com's violations of the federal Credit Repair Organizations Act.
Noah D. Radbil is a consumer litigator with a broad practice background in complex commercial, intellectual-property,
and environmental litigation. Mr. Radbil has successfully handled high-stakes intellectual property, antitrust, environmental
regulation, toxic tort, aviation, labor union, and commercial real estate matters nationwide. He has significant experience
litigating mass action and class action lawsuits on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants, with equal success, under state and
federal securities, copyright, warranty, and consumer protection laws -- including the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and
Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
With respect to intellectual property work, he has litigated and advised clients in a wide range of technologies including
borehole seismology, Linux-based email connector software, and mechanical pump seals, among others.
Mr. Radbil was born in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin. He received a B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin in 2005, and
a J.D. from South Texas College of Law in 2009. Mr. Radbil served as Chief of Staff to Representative Bob Hunter, then Vice-Chairman
of the House Regulated Industries Committee. He then served as law clerk to Attorney General Greg Abbott before beginning his
practice at litigation boutiques Ahmad, Zavitsanos & Anaipakos, PC and Camara & Sibley, LLP, in Houston, Texas. He joined
his brother Aaron D. Radbil at the firm this August, and intends to run for office after his tenure at the firm.
Mr. Radbil was engaged as trial counsel in the retrial of an eight-figure fraud case in which the ownership of a
Houston-hotel was at stake. The first trial, in which Mr. Radbil was not involved, resulted in a fraud judgment
awarding half the hotel plus $10,000,000 in punitive damages to the opposing party. At the new trial, the jury
found no liability on fraud.
Mr. Radbil served as lead counsel for a real estate development firm in a seven-figure condemnation action
concerning a City of Houston public museum. Bob Christy, the City of Houston's director of real estate,
represented the City.
Mr. Radbil served as pro bono counsel for the defendant in the first RIAA music-downloading case to go to
trial in the United States. On a post-trial motion, the Judge ordered a 97% reduction in the verdict.
Mr. Radbil served as defense counsel for the London-and-Toronto-based Quorum Group in connection with claims
arising out of the acquisition of a borehole-seismology company in California.
Mr. Radbil served as appellate counsel for Psystar Corporation alongside mentor and lead-appellate counsel K.A.D.
Camara in a must-win copyright-infringement action brought by Apple. Mr. Radbil served as plaintiff's counsel in
a separate antitrust action against Apple.
Mr. Radbil defended CES Environmental Services, a major petro-chemical services provider, in one mass toxic-tort
action, two private environmental class actions, and in three civil environmental enforcement actions brought by
the City of Houston, the State of Texas, and the United States Environmental Protection Agency. During the
highly-publicized series of environmental disputes, Mr. Radbil argued for and obtained an injunction against
the City of Houston which preserved his client's business-critical right to discharge non-hazardous wastewater
into the City's sewage treatment facilities.
Mr. Radbil served as plaintiff's counsel for a Major League Baseball player in a seven-figure breach of fiduciary
duty case against three investment advisors formerly employed by Stanford International Bank, Ltd.
Mr. Radbil was engaged as lead trial counsel in the trial of a must-win commercial breach of contract case involving
a major chemical company. At trial, Mr. Radbil obtained a significant judgment in favor his client while defeating
Mr. Radbil served as plaintiff's counsel for several authors in a copyright-infringement class action against Scribd,
the world's largest social publishing company.
Mr. Radbil was amongst a group several lawyers and law firms representing a group of former NCAA Division I
student-athletes in a class action lawsuit against videogame producer EA Sports and the NCAA for sale and use of
the student-athlete likenesses.
Mr. Radbil is currently investigating a major national financial institution's lending practices in connection with
possible complex financial fraud, improper corporate governance and violations of the Texas Credit Services Organization Act.
Tracey Tiedman is the managing attorney for the Colorado office of Weisberg & Meyers, LLC and is based in Littleton, Colorado.
Prior to joining Weisberg & Meyers, LLC, Ms. Tiedman worked with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP and was a litigation associate in
their Denver Office. She specialized in complex commercial litigation, including insurance defense, breach of contract, securities
fraud, products liability, and environmental law.
She also served as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable David M. Ebel at the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
Ms. Tiedman received her Bachelor of Arts in English at Dartmouth College in 1988, graduating cum laude. At Dartmouth, she was a
member of Delta Delta Delta Sorority, and she participated in a Foreign Study Program at the University of Toulouse, France. She
then attended the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary and received her JD in 1991. She was the
Editor-in-Chief of The William and Mary Law Review and a member of the Order of the Coif.
Ms. Tiedman is licensed to practice in the state of Colorado and may be reached via email at ttiedman@AttorneysForConsumers.com or
toll free at 888-595-9111.
Jon N. Robbins
Jon Robbins handles litigation and claims for the Washington office of Weisberg & Meyers. Prior to joining
Weisberg & Meyers in 2007 Mr. Robbins was in private practice for 10 years in California focusing on civil litigation
in California and most recently he was Senior Counsel at Chevron U.S.A. Inc. in San Ramon, California for the past 18
years before relocating to Washington.
Mr. Robbins currently focuses his practice on consumer rights litigation, including Lemon Law and Breach of Warranty
claims and claims under the Fair Debt Collection Practices and Fair Credit Reporting Acts. Prior to joining
Weisberg & Meyers, Mr. Robbins focused his practice on Environmental Law, General Business Law, Bankruptcy, Employer
Representation, Real Estate and Construction Litigation, Family Law and Probate. Mr. Robbins received his JD degree
from John F. Kennedy University School of Law in 1978. He is presently licensed to practice in both California and Washington.
Mr. Robbins may be reached via e-mail at jrobbins@AttorneysForConsumers.com
or toll free at 888-595-9111 ext 217.
Craig J. Ehrlich
Mr. Ehrlich obtained his B.A. cum laude from the University of Florida in Gainesville in 1994 and was subsequently
inducted into Phi Beta Kappa Society and Golden Key National Honor Society. He obtained his J.D. from Emory University
School of Law in 1999. Mr. Ehrlich was licensed to practice law in the state of Georgia in 1999, and in the United States
District Court, Northern District of Georgia since 2006. Mr. Ehrlich is also licensed to practice in the District Courts
for the Western District of Tennessee and the District of Colorado.
Mr. Ehrlich has experience in a large number of areas of practice, including Criminal Law & Appellate Practice
(including Death Penalty Defense Litigation), Family Law & Divorce, Small Business & Contract Litigation, Personal
Injury & Medical Malpractice Litigation, Employment Law, Bankruptcy Law and Lemon Law & Consumer Protection Law.
Prior to joining Weisberg & Meyers, LLC, Mr. Ehrlich owned and operated the Ehrlich Law Group, LLC, which represented
several Atlanta-based corporations as General Counsel, and conducted numerous successful jury and bench trials in Felony
and Misdemeanor Criminal Cases, as well as Personal Injury and Divorce Cases where Mr. Ehrlich acted as lead counsel.
Mr. Ehrlich may be contacted at email@example.com and toll-free at 1-888-595-9111, ext. 250.
Holly E. Dowd
Holly Dowd is the managing attorney of Weisberg and Meyers North Carolina and South Carolina practices and
is based in Charlotte, NC.
Ms. Dowd completed her law studies at Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem, NC, where she
participated in the Summer Abroad programs in Venice, Italy and London, England. She was also a member of the
Inns of Court. Following law school graduation, Ms. Dowd enrolled in Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, where
she earned an LLM in International Law Studies in Human Rights. While a student, she served as the Law School
Student Representative and the Events Coordinator for the Graduate Students Union.
Prior to graduating from Wake Forest, Ms. Dowd attended the University of South Carolina and graduated with
honors from the Honors College with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. While at the university, she was an active
member in College Buddies, a club that pairs college students with mentally disabled adults in the community.
She also completed an honors thesis on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder that was accepted into the convention
for the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapies.
Ms. Dowd brings to the firm her experience as a litigator and debt negotiator. She was licensed to practice in
the State of North Carolina in 2007 and was subsequently admitted to practice in the State of South Carolina in 2008.
Paul K. Guibao
Paul Kellison Guibao, founder of Guibao, Hutchinson, & Lyons, PLLC, and graduate of Rhodes College
and Emory Law School has practiced law for a decade with the sole purpose being protecting the rights
of individuals in the areas of criminal and civil litigation. A lifelong Memphian, he is active in the
community and serves or has served on the boards of numerous civic or non-profit organizations including
Playhouse on the Square, Opera Memphis, Lausanne Collegiate School, and the Humane Society of Memphis and
Shelby County; and additionally serves as President of the Board of Governors for the Alice E. and
Arthur F. Adams Charitable Foundation.
Mr. Panvini attended Arizona State University where he graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.A. in
Philosophy. While at Arizona State University he was on the Dean's List and became a member of the
National Society of Collegiate Scholars. He then attended Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona
State University where he earned his JD in 2010. During law school, he volunteered his time with Kids
Voting Arizona, a nonprofit, nonpartisan civic education program committed to creating lifelong voting
habits in children. Distinguished honors in law school include the Highest Pro Bono Distinction and a
Certificate in Law, Science & Technology: Intellectual Property.
Mr. Panvini has served as Law Intern for the Rules Office for the Arizona State Senate, a Mediator
for the Maricopa County Justice Courts, and a Legal Extern for the Arizona Attorney General's Office.
Mr. Panvini is licensed to practice in Arizona and serves as an attorney for Weisberg & Meyers
in the Phoenix office.
Matthew D. Sullivan
Mr. Sullivan is an associate attorney at Weisberg & Meyers, LLC., licensed to practice before the state courts of Florida.
He is also licensed to practice before the United States District Court for the Southern, Middle and Northern Districts of Florida.
He focuses his practice on consumer rights litigation, including Lemon Law and Breach of Warranty claims, as well as claims under
the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and the Florida Consumer
Collection Practices Act.
Prior to joining Weisberg & Meyers, Mr. Sullivan represented clients in several practice areas, including Foreclosure Defense,
Consumer Bankruptcy, Business Law, Wage Garnishment Defense, Criminal Defense, Civil Litigation, and Employment Law. Mr. Sullivan has
also done pro bono publico work through the Dade County Bar Association’s “Put Something Back” program on behalf of consumer debtors,
including individual bankruptcy work.
Mr. Sullivan received his B.B.A. in Finance from the University of Miami School of Business Administration in 1994, and worked for
many years for several of the world’s largest commercial banks in New York City, eventually being elevated to an officer-level position as
a Business Analyst. Mr. Sullivan obtained his J.D., cum laude, from the University of Miami School of Law in 2008.
Notable trial victories:
Juan Carlos Lozano v. Caribbean Broadcasting Systems, Inc., 2009-46461-CA-01 (Fla. Eleventh Judicial Circuit, 2010).
A Florida civil jury awarded a former on-air radio personality a five-figure judgment against his former employer, under Florida’s
Unpaid Wages statute, relating to duties performed by him as Program Director.
Notable appellate representations:
Esteban Schmidt v. Interactive Response Technologies, et. al., No. 4D10-4997 (Fla. 4th DCA, pending). A former employee of a telephone
call center appeals the denial of his unemployment compensation benefits.
Mr. Sullivan may be reached at msullivan@AttorneysForConsumers.com
or toll-free at 1-888-595-9111, ext. 242.
Anita M. Kelley - Co Counsel
Anita M. Kelley is a 2006 graduate of the University of New Mexico School of Law. She has practiced law in New Mexico for over five years,
first as an associate at several prestigious Albuquerque law firms, and now as owner of the Law Office of Anita M. Kelley, and as New Mexico
co-counsel for Weisberg & Meyers. Ms. Kelley has experience in a wide variety of practice areas, including employment law, civil rights,
personal injury, family law, foreclosure defense, construction law and consumer rights law. Additionally, she has experience in all stages
of litigation, including bench and jury trials, and appellate brief writing. She was an editor of the New Mexico Law Review, and the recipient
of the Peggy Browning Fund of Labor Rights while in law school. Ms. Kelley is admitted to the Supreme Court of New Mexico, the New Mexico Court
of Appeals, the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. Ms. Kelley is originally
from southern Pennsylvania, and she earned her Bachelor's Degree from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York.
Ronald S. Weiss - Co Counsel
Weisberg & Meyers and the Law Offices of Ronald S. Weiss act as co counsel in cases pending in
Michigan and Ohio, where Mr. Weiss is licensed. For more information about Mr. Weiss click here.