Indiana University Bloomington,
Nora assists clients in all facets of the litigation process, from the filing of a complaint, to motion practice and discovery, through trial and appellate proceedings.
She has over 20 years of experience in the legal industry and has led casework on matters in state, federal, AAA, and MDL jurisdictions. As the lead paralegal on numerous matters — including frequent on-site assistance during trials — Nora provides prompt, highly organized trial support on high-value litigation.
She has worked on document collections across the country and internationally, managing both electronic and hard copy collections. She creates and maintains electronic databases used in complex commercial litigation. Nora also assists attorneys in the review and preparation of documents for production, drafts discovery and pleadings, and prepares attorneys for hearings, mediations, arbitrations and trials.
Nora's experience includes working cases involving Wrongful Conviction and Prosecutorial Misconduct, Class Actions, Commercial Disputes, Personal Injury and Wrongful Death, Product Liability, Intellectual Property Disputes, Labor and Employment, Antitrust, and Mortgage Foreclosure.
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