McGlinchey News Release
McGlinchey Names New Office Managing Member in HoustonRead Time: 2 mins
McGlinchey is pleased to announce that Matt Manning has been named the Office Managing Member in the firm’s Houston office. Matt will focus on the day-to-day operations and management of the office and its employees.
“We are grateful to Matt for serving in the role of Office Managing Member,” said Michael Ferachi, firm Managing Member. “Matt has proven himself a talented leader, making him an ideal choice for this position. His investment in managing the operations of the Houston office ensures our ability to continue delivering valuable services to our clients.”
Matt is an advocate for business and banking clients, with a focus on complex commercial litigation. In addition, he has significant experience with consumer financial services litigation, creditor’s rights, and appellate matters in both state and federal court. He is one of the leaders of the firm’s consumer financial services litigation activities in Texas.
“I’m honored to be asked to lead the firm’s Houston office,” said Matt. “We have an incredible team here in Texas, and I look forward to continuing to work alongside them as we drive McGlinchey forward in service of our clients,” said Matt.
Matt has an ascendant practice advising clients involved in complex commercial litigation, as well as all aspects of consumer finance litigation. The recent focus of his practice is the representation of vehicle finance and title lenders in cases relating to bankruptcies, lien priority, and defaults. Matt has significant experience with the defense of claims arising from alleged violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Truth in Lending Act (TILA), the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), among others. He frequently advises clients in car and truck sequestrations to recover vehicles through complex court processes on a nationwide basis. Additionally, Matt defends auto lenders against suits related to purportedly wrongful vehicle repossessions. Matt’s experience also includes business bankruptcies and state court receiverships, as well as multi-party disputes across differing venues. Matt leads teams of attorneys and outside vendors in the navigation of complicated eDiscovery issues as a regular part of his business litigation practice.