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Nina helps attorneys organize cases from initial investigation through large-scale eDiscovery, arbitration and pretrial preparation.

Nina assists clients and trial teams at all phases of litigation at the state and federal levels. Although she has particular experience working with insurers, clients and attorneys rely on her to facilitate complex, multiparty, high-profile litigation for a broad range of matters across sectors.

On behalf of clients, Nina coordinates a full range of legal services including scheduling, arranging conferences and depositions, and preparing and reviewing legal documents. Clients and legal teams appreciate her integrity, promptness and thoroughness. Nina understands that there is nothing more important than deadlines and communication. She enjoys being the detail person who clients and attorneys come to depend on as complex litigation moves forward.




  • B.A., University of Texas at Arlington
    • History and Pre-Law major, Political Science minor
  • Legal Assistant Program Certificate, Lawyer's Assistant School of Dallas, Arlington
  • Handled extensive number of documents and e-documents in lengthy representation of insurance client during discovery phase of injury accident, collaborating with physicians.
  • Routinely scheduled and coordinated trials, conferences, videos, depositions and all other time-sensitive litigation events.
  • Regularly prepared, drafted and reviewed contracts, requests for production, pleadings, discovery responses, subpoena responses, deposition notices, affidavits, special distribution letters, closing letters, contracts, waivers and other documents and e-documents for case matters.
  • Assisted legal team in managing and resolving hundreds of probate asbestos cases.
Outside the Office

Nina enjoys time with her family, who reside in the Dallas area. She’s also spends time with her Yorkshire Terrier. Away from home, she relishes a beach vacation – Miami or Los Angeles – although one of her favorite travel destinations was to New York City’s Times Square on New Year’s Eve to watch the ball drop – it was worth the cold temperatures.

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