Posts Tagged ‘Fraud’
Employee Spotlights, Firm Activities, The Firm - Wednesday, November 9, 2011 13:05 - 0 Comments
Kim Vaughn, who currently works as a Paralegal for both Bill Hopkins and Alison Douillard in the Fraud Section of the firm, has been with the firm for four years. Kim is responsible for helping draft legal documents and tracking cases. She also assists with research and trial preparation. Kim handles scheduling events, which is very important. Kim assists both her lawyers in class action litigation involving business torts, fraud, products liability, trade secrets, unfair trade practices, insurance matters, employment and drug pricing litigation. She is a very dedicated employee who works extremely hard to accomplish the very best results possible for our clients. Kim had previously worked in the Nursing Home, Product Liability and Personal Injury Sections of the firm.
Kim was born in Gainesville, Fla., and grew up in Trenton, a little farming community outside of Gainesville. Kim is married to Stuart Vaughn, who is from Gainesville, and they have an 18-year-old son, Aaron. Kim obtained an AS degree in Legal Assistant/Paralegal studies from Santa Fe Community College in Gainesville. Her hobbies include photography, gardening, cooking, playing Bunko and spending time with family and friends. We are fortunate to have Kim with us.
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