LAWGITIMATE Attorneys Brian Partridge and Mike Poulton
The Law Office of James R. Vaughan, P.C. is a creditor’s rights firm handling cases for clients in Arizona, Nevada, and Washington. The majority of its cases involve breach-of-contract claims. The law office represents a variety of clients, including: credit unions, banks, assignees of creditors, and automobile finance companies.
Brian Partridge has worked at the Law Office of James R. Vaughan, P.C. as a Creditor’s Rights attorney since 2010. Brian received his Bachelor of Science from Arizona State University and his Juris Doctorate, summa cum laude, from Phoenix School of Law. Although he is primarily a trial litigator, he has handled appeals at all levels of review in Arizona and at the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Brian is currently licensed as an attorney in Arizona and Nevada, while contributing research and experience to the firm’s practice in Washington State.
Among other activities, Brian has taught several classes as an adjunct professor, participated in training for justices of the peace, proposed changes to the Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure and the Justice Court Rules of Civil Procedure, and testified before committees in the Arizona House or Representatives and the Arizona Senate. Brian lives in Gilbert with his wife, 6 children, 3 animals, and at least 124 different sides of dice.
Mike Poulton, with Poulton & Noroian, was born in North Carolina, and has lived in Nebraska, Kansas, Vermont and Arizona throughout his life. Mike earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management with minors in Physics and Business from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. As an undergraduate, he worked as a physics research assistant in the Polarized Electron Group at UNL, designing and building scientific apparatus in support of a national nuclear physics research project. Prior to his career in law he was a project engineer and field superintendent for an international commercial contractor, helping manage large office and retail construction projects in Phoenix.
Mike attended the Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law at Arizona State University, where he was awarded the Charles E. Jones Merit Scholarship and was named a Scholar at the Center for the Study of Law, Science and Technology. He won the Moot Court Oral Argument Competition and was an editor of Jurimetrics, the academic journal of the American Bar Association’s division of Law Science and Technology. His published article “Particles of What? A Call for Specificity in Airborne Particulate Regulation” won Best Student Note, and was a nominated for the American Society of Legal Writers Law-Review Award Competition.
Mike’s legal practice draws on his knowledge and experience in other fields to serve his clients. As an experienced science researcher, Mike understands technical issues that many other attorneys cannot, and applies that knowledge for his clients’ benefit. His construction management experience also provides him with a broad knowledge base not only in construction law, but also in regulatory compliance, worker safety, and negotiation.
In addition to law, Mike has a passion for hands-on work with technological hardware and has a number of projects he is actively pursuing at any time – presently including an attempt at the world speed record for a hovercraft. He is a professional pyrotechnician who frequently produces public fireworks displays on the Fourth of July and other holidays. He has worked on the crew of many electronically fired shows in Kansas, Nebraska, Ohio, Vermont, and Arizona and has set up explosive special effects at airshows around the country. Mike has been active in canine search and rescue to find lost and missing people in the wilderness of Arizona, is a ham radio operator, a gun collector, amateur watchmaker, and enjoys camping in the mountains of Prescott, Arizona.
Michael is licensed to practice law in Arizona and is admitted to practice before the U.S. Federal District Courts in Arizona.
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About This Show
Lawgitimate and its awesome guests highlight everyday financial topics including credit scores, debt management, small business, and real estate.
Lawgitimate’s goal is to raise awareness and provide the full perspective, including the legal lens attorneys use to address these complicated and fun topics.
About Your Host
Rochelle Poulton is an attorney and owner of AZCLG. Rochelle has been helping people with Credit and Debt issues since 2012, owns several small businesses, and has nearly 20 years of real estate experience.
Rochelle created Lawgitimate to bring in a network of awesome people to raise awareness and educate people about the litany of legal issues she faces everyday at AZCLG.
The Arizona Credit Law Group, PLLC aka AZCLG is a consumer rights law firm in Tempe, AZ helping people with Credit Repair, Debt Settlement, and Bankruptcy.
We are small but mighty and love helping people get back on track financially. Learn more about us at azclg.com.