Today, we’re excited to announce that the firm has added the great state of Texas to our footprint which also includes Arkansas, Tennessee, Georgia, and our founding state of Florida. For 25 years Padgett Law Group (PLG) has excelled at delivering a client-first approach while offering sound legal advice and aggressive representation for our partners. We set the bar for excellence in creditors rights’ representation because we’re focused solely on building a service-driven practice that encompasses the full range of default needs for today’s creditors.
Effective immediately, PLG's Texas operations and the firm's bankruptcy operations will be led by Keena Newmark, Esq., who has joined the firm as Managing Attorney of Bankruptcy Operations. The new Dallas office is also home to additional attorney hires Julian Cotton, Esq. and Mary Vitarkas, Esq. Over the coming weeks, additional Texas staff hires will be announced. Also effective immediately is the promotion of Evan S. Singer, Esq. to Managing Attorney of Default Services, a newly created firm-wide role. Evan remains based out of the firm’s Atlanta, GA office and will work closely with Keena across the firm's practices, operations, client relations, and business development efforts.
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