A litigation law firm serving Greater Newburyport, Merrimack Valley, North Shore and Metro West. We are committed to providing the very best in legal representation through accessibility, zealous advocacy, and common-sense solutions
As an active member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, Attorney Munroe is a passionate advocate for the rights of consumers in debt.
Attorney Kristofer C. Munroe focuses his practice on bankruptcy, health law and the interaction between the two.
As an active member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, he is a passionate advocate for the rights of consumers in debt, and he helps creditors learn how to compassionately and ethically collect debts. With a mix of direct advocacy in the court room and by supporting legislative efforts he is working towards a system that helps business and consumers by keeping the playing field fair. Attorney Munroe donates his time to help indignant families via the Boston Bar Association's
Volunteer Lawyers Project, Senior Partners for Justice, and Massachusetts Community Legal Aid.
Attorney Munroe is also a member of the American Health Lawyers Association. He represents businesses in the medical device industry as outside general counsel. He regularly interacts with large medical device and pharmaceutical companies, the Federal Government, and international companies in matters involving risk management, compliance planning, business planning, reimbursement, and patient advocacy.
When not working, Attorney Munroe enjoys gardening, home-brewing, is a USA Boxing registered coach and accomplished JKD instructor.
Bar Number: 673442
Massachusetts , 2008
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