Oxford Law is a collections law firm based in Levittown, PA. It was founded, apparently, by Thomas Alvin Landis.
Landis, it is documented, was suspended from the practice of law for five years, starting in 2012. Landis’ suspension results from his misappropriation of clients’ funds.
Oxford Law carries on, presumably relying on the “Oxford” name to lend some credibility, though, as far a we can tell, the firm has nothing to do with Oxford University in England.
A Zoominfo profile shows Ryon Alan Gambill as being involved in business development for Oxford Law. Gambill was the operator of Marauder Corporation. Many accusations had been made concerning Marauder, including harassment and the abuse of credit reporting databases, most notably Experian, to engage in skip tracing. Gambill, himself, has been convicted of harassment in California and has an outstanding warrant for harassment in Virginia. Gambill, who bragged about his financial expertise and sophistication, lost his home to foreclosure.
Marauder eventually fell apart, despite Gambill’s efforts to raise money.
Despite the fact that Gambill’s profile lists him as being with Oxford Law, they deny it. In fact, when an attempt was made to serve Gambill at Oxford Law’s offices, the process server was told they had never heard of him! Clearly, someone is lying. Either Gambill works at Oxford Law or he does not. If he does, then Oxford Law acted improperly when they refused the subpoena. If he does not, Oxford Law should contact Zoominfo and have the erroneous information removed.
At this point, all that can be said is shame on both Ryon Alan Gambill and Oxford Law.