If you are a West Virginia (WV) business seeking a knowledgeable and highly experienced WV bankruptcy and collections litigator or an attorney who serves as ongoing counsel for WV businesses, reach out to Arnold J. Janicker at Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC.

A native of New York, Arnold worked for several years in education before following his passion for the law and attending St. John’s University School of Law. There, he was the Executive Notes and Comments Editor for the St. John’s Law Review until graduating cum laude in 2002.

After completing his law degree, Arnold moved to the Huntington, WV area and began his legal career with Jenkins Fenstermaker. His ability to view situations from a variety of perspectives makes him a vital part of the organization and highly valued by clients. He puts that skill to work as a WV creditors’ rights attorney, representing businesses and banks in bankruptcy, foreclosure proceedings, collections, and property law matters.

Arnold also serves as ongoing counsel for WV businesses, providing an array of business law services in addition to his specialties in litigation of business and commercial collections in WV. He steadfastly assists clients with buy and sell agreements; contract negotiation, drafting, and review; employment issues; shareholder disputes; and more.

Arnold has shared his expertise with younger generations by working as an adjunct professor at Marshall University in political science and administrative law. When not honing his craft, he enjoys camping, fishing, and traveling, all of which provide excellent opportunities for rock hunting.

Arnold appreciates a challenge and is happiest with the results of his work when he can provide efficient service that maximizes his client’s returns. If you are a property owner, bank, or business seeking an attorney experienced as ongoing counsel for WV businesses or you require representation from a WV bankruptcy and collections litigator, Arnold J. Janicker is the advocate you need to ensure your assets are protected.

Presentations and Publications:

Extending the Federal Franchise to Puerto Rico, St. John’s Law Review, 73 No. 3, 2001

Past Employment:

Legal Editor, Matthew Bender, 2001 to 2002

Teacher, Rockbridge County Public Schools, 1993 to 1998

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