Jon Fetterly is a litigator in BCLP’s San Francisco office who represents businesses in wide range of disputes, with extensive experience representing both financial institutions and media entities in litigation matters.
Mr. Fetterly’s financial services litigation experience includes a wide variety of cases involving operations issues, including check and wire fraud, bookkeeper embezzlement, setoff rights, unauthorized funds transfers, ACH and online payments, and other issues involving deposit accounts, negotiable instruments, and credit products. He has extensive experience defending banks in cases involving the Uniform Commercial Code (Articles 3, 4 and 4A), Expedited Funds Availability Act, Electronic Funds Transfer Act, Truth In Lending Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Fair Credit Billing Act, and other state and federal statutory and common law claims.
His media litigation experience includes prosecuting claims arising under the First Amendment for access to public court records, defending against defamation and libel claims, and anti-SLAPP motions. Early in his practice Mr. Fetterly represented the Recording Industry Association of America in connection with the recording industry’s nationwide litigation against those who illegally distributed copyrighted sound recordings through file-sharing programs.
Mr. Fetterly’s practice includes unique experience representing businesses in disputes with judicial branch entities in California and throughout the country, including disputes arising from government contract bids and awards.