Mitch Berry, Esq. Promoted to PLG Arkansas Supervising Attorney
We are pleased to announce the promotion of Mitch Berry to Supervising Attorney – Little Rock, Arkansas. He will report directly to the firm’s Managing Attorney, Laura Conrad; with a dotted line to theBankruptcy Managing Attorney and will work closely with the Director of Operations. Mitch received his undergraduate degree in Advertising & Public Relations from TCU and received his Juris Doctorate from University of Arkansas Little Rock. Mitch was previously a member of the Dyke & Winzerling, PLC team before joining the Padgett Law Group, September, 2017, as Sr. Attorney. Mitch played a vital role during the Arkansas acquisition and his promotion recognizes the contributions made to the Padgett Law Group during his initial tenure with the firm. We are excited about his new role and the wealth of extensive experience he brings in the practice area of Creditor’s Rights Law including foreclosure, bankruptcy, title and litigation. Please join us in congratulating Mitch as he takes on his new role as leader of the Little Rock operations and staff.
Patti Marchbanks Promoted to Supervisor
We are pleased to announce the promotion of Patti Marchbanks to Supervising Paralegal - Tennessee. Patti joined the Padgett Law Group in April of 2017 as Legal Assistant, during which time she proved herself to be a committed firm advocate. Patti came to the Padgett Law Group with an extensive background in multiple areas of the mortgage default industry including bankruptcy, foreclosure and eviction. She is known for her ability to be a team player and overcome problems during challenging times and has always shown initiative in the performance of her responsibilities. We look forward to Patti’s ability to achieve continued success in her new role as Supervisor and are excited to see her motivate her team to success.
Cathy Wallis Promoted to Supervisor
The Padgett Law Group is pleased to announce the promotion of Cathy Wallis to Supervising Paralegal - Arkansas, effective 3/1/2018. During her eleven-year tenure with Dyke & Winzerling, PLC, Cathy provided extensive expertise and experience working judicial, litigation, bankruptcy, replevin, and eviction files. During the DW acquisition, Cathy chose to join PLG in September 2017 as legal assistant and continued to perform at exceptional levels. Cathy attended the University of Arkansas at Little Rock before working for several companies in leadership roles which, along with her dedication and commitment in the default services world, has positioned her for additional responsibilities and a well-deserved promotion with the Padgett Law Group. We are excited for Cathy as she assumes her new responsibilities as Supervising Paralegal – Arkansas and for the dedicated team already in place.
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