We are pleased to announce that Stacey Klein Verde has recently joined the firm. She specializes in civil litigation and domestic relations. Prior to joining to Rudolph Friedmann LLP she practiced for six years in Tampa, Florida concentrating on employment discrimination, civil rights and wage and hour claims. She also has experience with divorce, custody, paternity and a wide range of other litigation matters. Stacey is a graduate of Stetson University College of Law and Wellesley College.
Alison Gormley Fabella has also joined the firm as a litigation associate. She is a graduate, magnum cum laude, of Providence College and cum laude graduate of Suffolk University Law School. She previously worked as a litigation associate in New York City specializing in civil litigation, including personal injury and medical malpractice. Her experience includes handling many different types of litigation matters. In addition to being a member of the Massachusetts Bar, she is also admitted to practice law in New York state.
Alisha Cornacchia is our new receptionist. She attended the University of South Florida in Tampa where she received her B.A. in Theatre Arts. She has spent the last two years in New York City in pursuing acting. Alisha has had parts in several shows in New York City, including Othello. Away for her roots for several years, she decided to move back to the Boston.
Laurie DeSimone has joined the firm as a real estate paralegal. Laurie has worked in real estate for the past 19 years. She attended Northeastern University. When not working, Laurie enjoys reading, fishing and boating. She loves to travel and her favorite visited location, so far, is Australia.
Jim Singer was recently elected President of the Board of Directors of Camp Avoda. The camp was established in 1927. Jim and both of his sons were long time campers and counselors. The camp is located in Middleboro, MA and has about 150 campers.