Mark S. Jetton, Jr. Presents at Elon University, Charlotte Alumni Chapter – Professional Development Panel Discussion

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Jetton & Meredith, PLLC is pleased to announce that co-founder and managing partner, Mark S. Jetton, Jr. spoke at Elon University, Charlotte Alumni Chapter panel discussion, “Elon 102: What They Didn’t Teach You in College”, yesterday at the Barings uptown Charlotte office. The discussion featured an accomplished lineup of panelists covering topics such as home buying, financial planning, and effective networking.

The Charlotte Alumni Chapter’s annual professional development event panelists included; Jackie Smith, Realtor, Broker with CLT’s Finest Properties, Matthew Kalajian, CPA with Janney Montgomery Scott, LLC, and Mark S. Jetton, Jr., Founder and Managing Partner of Jetton & Meredith, PLLC.

Mark focuses his practice on criminal defense, personal injury, and workers’ compensation. This includes representing individuals charged with DWI/DUI, felonies, misdemeanors, and traffic offenses, as well as those who are seriously injured or killed as a result of an accident or the negligence of someone else. He has handled hundreds of cases to conclusion and has an impressive track record for obtaining not guilty verdicts, high settlements, and high jury award verdicts.*

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At the law firm of Jetton & Meredith, we represent our clients by advocating for their rights. We focus on educating our clients while working diligently to customize solutions that meet their unique goals. Our attorneys are dedicated to developing relationships with our clients and helping them arrive at solutions to their individual problems. We view the opportunity to help clients as a privilege and approach each client’s case with the ultimate sensitivity and understanding. Our law firm is highly skilled and dedicated to representing clients in the areas of divorce & family law, criminal defense, auto accidents, personal injury & civil litigation.

*Each case is different and must be evaluated on its individual facts. Prior results do not guarantee any future outcomes.