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Padgett Law Group is pleased to announce the hiring of Joshua R. Hopkins in the role of Supervising Attorney, REO & Title Operations. As the Supervising Attorney, Hopkins' first priority is overseeing the departments' compliance with requirements and regulations as they relate to investors and clients. In addition to departmental oversight and assisting with title and closing process questions, Hopkins is also responsible for managing client relationships and new business development for the departments.
Hopkins has over 20 years of industry experience, bringing his wealth of knowledge to creditor's rights clients in Tennessee and Georgia. "We often speak of The Padgett Law Group Difference, which is focused on expedient and exceptional client service. While implementing advanced technology solutions and qualitative compliance oversight, it's our top-notch team members that make the vision come alive. Joshua's unique skillset and exceptional client service ensure our REO & Title division will continue to meet and exceed client requirements."
Hopkins earned his Juris Doctorate from the Nashville School of Law after graduating with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. He is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association and currently serves as the Chair of the Education Committee of the Tennessee Land Title Association. He is based out of the firm's Atlanta, GA office. Reach out to Joshua at JHopkins@padgettlaw.net.
The Padgett Law Group is pleased to announce the promotion of Jamie Williams to Manager - Florida Foreclosure & Replevin, effective 1/1/2018. Jamie joined the firm in September 2013 as a Registered Paralegal and has advanced, through progressively more responsible positions in the foreclosure departments, where she has played a key role during the growth of the firm.
Jamie brings more than 13 years’ experience to the foreclosure and replevin department and we are excited about her new role with the firm as she makes plans to relocate to our Tampa Branch in the near future.
Please join us in congratulating Jamie on her well-deserved promotion.
The Padgett Law Group is pleased to announce the promotion of Vera Bounds to Supervisor - Florida Foreclosure & Replevin (FFRS).
Vera joined the Padgett Law Group in January 2016 as Judgment Department Supervisor for our Tampa Branch. This promotion recognizes the contributions made to PLG during her tenure with the firm and is effective January 1, 2018.
Vera’s focus and responsibilities will be Florida foreclosure action to include foreclosure, replevin and uncontested matters. She will report directly to Jamie Williams, the Florida Foreclosure & Replevin Manager.
Please join us in congratulating Vera Bounds as she takes on her new responsibilities.
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