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  • Can the Debt Collector Do That?

    Can the Debt Collector Do That?  What the FDCPA Prohibits. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”), 15 U.S.C. § 1692k, is a federal statute that restricts certain types of debt collector activities.  The FDCPA is a strict liability statute …Read More »
  • Class Actions Under the Montana Consumer Protection Act

    The Montana Consumer Protection Act is a strong remedy for consumers who are the victims of unfair or deceptive business conduct.  It has been applied broadly to encompass misconduct by banks, debt collectors, car dealers, and mobile home manufacturers among …Read More »
  • Another record jury verdict against Ocwen

    John Heenan, along with California attorneys GianDominic Vitiello of Katchko, Vitiello & Karikomi, PC and Edward Angwin of The Angwin Law Firm, helped California homeowners Frank and Dora Cornejo recover another record verdict against Ocwen Loan Servicing.  The case was …Read More »
  • Bishop & Heenan receives top rankings

    Bishop & Heenan Law Firm was again given a Tier 1 ranking in the 2016 Edition of “Best Law Firms” by U.S News & World Report and Best Lawyers. Randy Bishop, John Heenan and Gene Jarussi were also all included …Read More »
  • Jury Awards $2.5 Million Punitive Damages Against Geico In Drugged Driving Death

    Randy Bishop, of Bishop & Heenan Law Firm was counsel in a recent federal court case involving the bad faith of GEICO Indemnity Company. The federal jury ordered GEICO to pay Louise King, of Billings Montana, $2.5 million in punitive …Read More »

About Colin Gerstner

ColinColin was raised in Billings. He graduated from the University of Wyoming in 2008 with a B.A. in History.  Colin attended the University of Montana School of Law and graduated with honors in 2012.  After graduation, Colin served as a law clerk to Judge Susan Watters in both state and federal court.

Colin is excited to practice law in his hometown.  He looks forward to representing consumers and injured individuals.  Colin will focus on personal injury, insurance coverage disputes, consumer law, criminal law, and family law.  Colin is admitted to practice in Montana state and federal courts.

In their free time, Colin and his wife try to keep up with their three young sons.  Colin also enjoys Montana’s outdoors by fishing, hunting, and hiking.  An avid sports fan, he strangely enjoys having his heart broken every summer by his beloved Colorado Rockies.