Harry F. Bell, Jr.
Christopher W. Martin
Chris graduated with a Bachelors in Criminal Justice, and earned an MBA from UMD at the Robert H. Smith School of Business. Born and raised in Baltimore, he is a former college athlete, an Eagle Scout, and a Retired Army Veteran with a penchant for exploring diverse cultures and places throughout the world.
Chris’ professional pedigree overlaps multiple industries, with expertise in Executive Protection, Corporate & Private Client Relations, Project, Estate & Asset Management, Government Contracting, Startups & Small Business Operations, Business Development, Marketing & Social Entrepreneurship, even Hospitality and Food Service. His approach of “diversified ambition” plays very well to his versatility and enables him to address complicated challenges our clients may be facing.
Since our inception, AHMdigital
has been totally focused on building a strategic, quality consulting and digital advertising agency.
With AHMDIGITAL’s legal team you get something you won’t find anyplace else. You get a recognized Super Lawyer® by Super Lawyers Magazine, and has been named by The American Trial Lawyer Association as one of the Top 100 Civil Trial Lawyers® in West Virginia.
Our founder, Harry Bell, served as Liaison and Co-lead Counsel in the Digitek product liability MDL (2:08-md-01968), and has served on the Plaintiffs Steering Committee (PSC) during the Comcast Anti-Trust litigation (09-md-02034-AB). Additionally Harry served on the PSC and the Plaintiffs’ Co-liaison Counsel for the TVM MDLs including American Medical Systems (2:12-md-02325), Boston Scientific Corp. (2:12-md-02326), C. R. Bard Inc. (2:10-md-02187), Ethicon Inc. (2:12-md-02327), and Coloplast Corp. (2:12-md-02387).
Harry has participated in nearly one hundred trials, and he has spoken nationally at various seminars, including Mass Torts Made Perfect, The Combined South Carolina Judiciary and South Carolina Bar Annual Meeting, and the West Virginia State Bar Association. He also presented the topic, “MDL Exit Strategies” before the Louisiana State Bar Association’s 10th Annual Class Action/Mass Tort Symposium.
Throughout his career, Harry has been involved in numerous successful class action litigations on the plaintiff’s side and has successfully defended attempts on the other side.
From starting as an assistant prosecuting attorney to then an associate then later partner at one of West Virginia’s leading corporate defense firm to starting his own practice in 1993 where he balanced boutique corp client representation, to mass torts and to building up the largest nursing home practice before selling his firm in 2017.
He brings all his experience to this venture because he loves business and loves helping people even more. Understanding practice niches, law firm operations and marketing means your law firm gets a trusted and valued partner unlike any other.
David Bilger grew up a world traveler. His early years were split between the United States and Southern Africa. Upon his return to the States, David spent time on the Great Plains, before heading west to attend the University of California, Davis.
He caught the “radio bug” in college, after his best friend secretly signed him up for an internship. That led to an initial career in news & script writing, production, and on-air slots across the country. Companies began to take notice of David’s branding talent, utilizing him to image broadcasters in Los Angeles, Dallas, Minneapolis, and Washington D.C.
In 2009, he launched a successful syndication company focused on audio branding that was sold to Sun Broadcast Group in 2020.
Realizing that many small & midsize businesses were struggling with growth, and many had difficulty forming brand and marketing strategy in the digital age, David formed Form Policy in 2015 as a brand strategy consultancy.
Today he focuses his efforts on growing business for clients, spending time with his family, and automotive hobbies.