Jessica D Lamoreux

Jessica D Lamoreux

Phone: 1-216-771-6500 ext. 125

Fax: 1-216-664-9830


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Professional Profile:


Case Western Reserve University School of Law Juris Doctor 2009, magna cum laude

  • Honors: Order of the Coif, Law Review Contributing Editor

Kenyon College B.A. Political Science 2003, magna cum laude

Professional Experience

Keith D. Weiner & Assoc. Co, L.P.A., Cleveland, OH 2015 – present. Compliance Attorney- responsible for drafting, implementing, enforcing, and auditing policies and procedures as mandated by industry regulations including, but not limited to, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”), the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”), and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”). Create and maintain a Compliance Management System. Prepare RFPs and responded to client audits and questionnaires. Train support staff, collectors, and other attorneys on governing state and federal law. Draft Local Counsel and Vendor Agreements.

J. Brian Kenney Co., LPA 2011 – 2015. Handled all aspects of a general practice firm including foreclosures, probate, landlord/tenant, real estate, and bankruptcy. Practice mostly concentrated on commercial litigation.

U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Ohio (Eastern Division) 2009 – 2011. Served as law clerk to Judge Marilyn Shea-Stonum, with responsibilities including legal research and drafting, processing reviewing motions and default orders, preparing for and attending hearings and conferences, and communicating with attorneys and debtors on behalf of the Court.


  • State of Ohio (2009)
  • United States District Court, Northern District of Ohio


  • West Shore Bar Association
  • Ohio State Bar Association

Our Fees

Our fees are competitive and conform to industry standards. In most instances, the following fee arrangements are available:

1. Collection matters are handled on a contingency fee basis, but an hourly option is available and sometimes requested by clients who hold large balance claims. At a clients’ request, fees for collection matters can be billed on a per item flat fee basis for letters, pleadings, motions, and executions.

2. Uncontested foreclosures and related bankruptcy and eviction matters are most often billed on a flat fee basis according to the Fannie Mae guidelines. Contested matters, and counterclaims, generally require additional flat fee or hourly billing, subject to client approval;

3. Uncontested replevin cases are also handled on a flat fee basis. If the right to recover possession is opposed, the matter is converted to an hourly fee basis, upon client approval;

4. Mechanic’s lien matters are treated the same as replevin cases, unless they involve multiple properties, or otherwise relate to unusual subject matter;

5. Our firm is also pioneering the availability and use of alternative fee arrangements (“AFA’s”) for legal services that have traditionally been billed hourly. The availability of AFA’s is a product of our firm’s ambition to deliver legal services in an efficient and cost-effective manner, and help clients more effectively forecast and contain costs. AFA’s are available for an ever expanding range of matters, including litigation defense, discovery disputes, and appellate practice.