John Maravalli is a dedicated advocate whose legal work seamlessly merges with his technological acumen to champion consumer rights in the digital age. A native of Williamsburg, Virginia, John possesses a diverse repertoire of skills and experiences that he brings to his role at Consumer Litigation Associates. His notable thirteen-year tenure as an active-duty Air Force Intelligence Analyst for the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) has endowed him with a robust background in cyber, data science, and machine learning.
John’s journey into law was further fortified by his studies at Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas, where he majored in Criminal Justice, underscoring his deep-rooted commitment to justice. This commitment propelled him towards earning his Juris Doctorate from Regent University Robertson School of Law. His focus on consumer law is amplified by his detail-oriented and analytical approach, enabling him to navigate complex legal issues and deliver innovative solutions to his clients.
He is committed to defending clients grappling with challenges such as incorrect credit reports, identity theft, and unfair debt collection practices, as well as other infringements of consumer rights. His expertise extends to both federal and state laws safeguarding consumers, encompassing acts such as the Fair Credit Reporting Act, Truth in Lending Act, and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, to name a few. John is committed to ensuring that the rapid progression of technology does not outpace the legal protections offered to consumers.
John’s unwavering dedication to advocating for those who may be at a disadvantage, coupled with his unique blend of experiences, underscores his ability to solve complex problems and demonstrates his firm commitment to the client.
Outside of work, John enjoys exploring new technological advancements in the field of machine learning and refining his data science skills to advance the practice of law, reflecting his continuous dedication to both learning and consumer protection.