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Jonathan Hilton, Esq.

Pursuing Victory.

 

Sometimes, getting a lawyer is the right move.

Don't go it alone.  Get an attorney.

Don't go it alone.  Get an attorney.

Perhaps you're receiving spam calls on your cell phone from telemarketers, and you want someone to put a stop to it and help you win money in the process.  Perhaps you're having trouble with a landlord who won't make repairs, and you need someone to negotiate on your behalf.  Or perhaps you want a helping hand navigating a government or university bureaucracy.  In situations like these, speaking with an attorney could be a smart move.

Jonathan Hilton became a lawyer for one reason: to help people.  Even before Mr. Hilton became a lawyer, he had a talent for helping friends and family navigate bureaucracies—everything from recovering "missing" suitcases at the airport to handling appeals of university decisions.  He was the #1 ranked student in his law school class at the University of Cincinnati College of Law, and he has experience working in the top-tier "big law firm" environment, for smaller firms, and for judges.  Now, Mr. Hilton's legal services are open to the public.

If you think this might be the right time for you to talk to a lawyer, call or email Mr. Hilton, or fill out the contact form below.

 

Contact

☎ CONTACT

jonathanhiltonlaw@gmail.com
(614) 992-2277

Featured Practice Areas


Suing spam callers

In 1991, Congress granted everyday people certain rights under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act ("TCPA").  If you are receiving spam calls, texts, or faxes, you could be entitled to anywhere from $500 to $3000 per spam message.  You don't have to be on the official national "Do-Not-Call" list to sue, and you can usually sue for spam calls that occurred during the past few years.   If you want to know if any telemarketers owe you money, contact Jonathan Hilton today.


LANDLORD-TENANT LAW

If you recently moved out of an apartment and were presented with a large bill by your landlord, you should know that state law may make it illegal for your landlord to charge you for certain items.  And if you're having issues with a current landlord, having an attorney reach out to your landlord may be the right thing to do.   No matter what the situation, Jonathan Hilton is passionate about helping tenants like you stand up for their rights.


STANDING UP TO CREDITORS

If you are being pursued by creditors, you should know that you have certain rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).  Creditors who violate those rights may have to pay you (and pay your attorney's fees).  Don't wait for your creditors to make your life miserable—contact a lawyer.


Small Businesses and Startups

If you're starting a small business, having a knowledgeable attorney can help.  Don't walk into your first big negotiation with prospective investors or clients empty-handed—get a lawyer who can read and explain the fine print, and aggressively negotiate contracts for you.  Jonathan Hilton has successfully negotiated contracts before, and he may prove to be a valuable part of your business team.  For new businesses, special low rates or alternative fee arrangements are available.


appeals and briefs

Jonathan Hilton prides himself on his ability to write precisely and argue persuasively.  Mr. Hilton has contributed to federal appellate briefs around the country (in the Sixth, Eighth, and Ninth Circuits), as well as to appeals in Ohio courts.  If you need an appeal or other brief written, Mr. Hilton's services may be right for you.


For Lawyers - Legal Research and Writing

Jonathan Hilton has had exposure to a wide range of areas of substantive law, and if you are an attorney looking for some extra help, he may be able to meet your research needs in a number of areas—including (but by no means limited to) civil procedure, constitutional law, RICO, antitrust, securities litigation, personal injury litigation, and criminal law.

 
 
 

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