Moss & Barnett Announces New Shareholders: Michael T. Etmund, Mary Frances Price, and Jeffrey A. Wieland


Moss & Barnett is pleased to announce that Michael T. Etmund, Mary Frances Price, and Jeffrey A. Wieland have become shareholders in the firm effective January 1, 2023.

Michael T. EtmundMichael T. Etmund regularly represents clients in the financial services and collection industries – including corporations and other general business entities – in matters involving defense of consumer protection statutes, compliance and regulatory analyses, and commercial collection. He advises clients with regard to federal and state data privacy laws, accessibility, and data security laws and regulations. Mike also practices in the area of commercial litigation and in defense of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), and other consumer protection statutes.

Mary Frances Price

Mary Frances Price is an experienced VA Accredited Elder Law attorney who focuses her practice on serving individuals and families who are establishing an estate plan, revising an existing estate plan, or dealing with the legal, medical, and financial impacts of aging, chronic illness, and disability. Her practice includes advising on Medicare, Medicaid, Veterans Benefits, long-term care insurance, estate and tax planning, as well as asset protection for families and individuals with disability and long-term care expenses. She has counseled and advised hundreds of clients on their estate, elder care, and disability plans and provides effective and ethical legal guidance, helping clients make difficult decisions and navigate the complicated issues that arise when dealing with chronic health challenges, disability, and aging.

Jeffrey A. Wieland
Jeffrey A. Wieland
practices in construction, commercial, and public procurement litigation. He advocates for and advises clients in all phases of a dispute, from pre-litigation claim and risk analysis through resolution of the case at trial, arbitration, mediation, or appeal. He also advises clients on how to avoid litigation, which often involves drafting and reviewing contracts and negotiating agreements and settlements. Jeff's engineering and project management background gives him a perspective unusual among construction lawyers.

Congratulations to these new firm leaders.

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