Eltman Law Announces Paul J. Klemm, Esq. as Chief Operating Officer

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JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Eltman Law, PC has announced the hiring of Paul J. Klemm to the position of Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Klemm joins Eltman after nearly two decades in the creditors’ rights industry, previously at Patenaude & Felix APC, and as Managing Partner at Klemm & Associates, LLC and Nudelman, Klemm, and Golub, PC.
“I am honored to join the team and help raise the bar on Eltman Law’s already-high standards for compliance, operational efficiency, and consumer-friendly practices,” said Mr. Klemm on his new position.
“Paul’s experience and reputation will help our firm take a proactive approach to consumer protection, building on top of our strict adherence to CFPB guidelines. When representing our clients, it’s important to do the right thing by the consumers without being told,” said Brian Boyle, Managing Partner of Eltman Law, PC.
Eltman Law is a 13-State Creditor’s Rights Law Firm known as the pioneers of dormant judgment enforcement.
For more information, contact John Vogel, Public Relations Contact for Eltman Law, PC at 212-660-3119, or visit www.eltmanlaw.com
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