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Padgett Law Group Hires New Executive Director of Operations

Atlanta-based Padgett Law Group (PLG) is proud to announce and welcome Brandy M. Green to the firm. Green will take over the Executive Director of Operations role recently vacated by Robyn S. Padgett. Green will report directly to General Counsel/VP Laura Conrad, with a dotted line to Robyn Padgett. Effective immediately, Padgett
will assume the new role of Chief Development Officer. In order to ensure a smooth transition, Green will be working closely with Padgett over the next few months.

Green comes to PLG as a 20+ year veteran of the creditor rights' industry and brings to the firm her invaluable knowledge and experience. Green holds a degree from Darton College and is an American Bar Association (ABA) certified paralegal. In her new role, Green will be responsible for implementing and executing the firm’s business plans according to its business model and ensuring that all appropriate actions are taken to expedite the firm’s
portfolio of business. Her primary focus will be based on client Service Level Agreements and performance requirements, as well as oversight and management of the firm’s high-volume multi-state creditors rights' practice, including but not limited to, foreclosure process and operations, bankruptcy process, and retail and REO closing transactions.

Green’s proven track record as a results-driven senior level operations leader, skilled in staff development and metrics-based management and process improvement, positions her for success with PLG. Green begins her role on Monday, May 7, and will visit various PLG office over the coming months.

Padgett Law Group is an elite, full-service creditors’ rights law firm with GSE compliant practices in Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, and Tennessee. The firm is also licensed and practicing in Colorado, Kentucky, and Massachusetts. PLG offers exclusive representation to institutional clients such as lenders, mortgage servicers, credit unions, banks, hedge funds, investors, and other financial services industry stakeholders. Leveraging technology in its partnerships with forward-thinking clients gives PLG the ability to focus on the aggressive management and processing of delinquent or underperforming loans, providing clients with an edge when curing or resolving complex legal matters.

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