Kayla Pragid is a West Palm Beach trial and litigation attorney who focuses her practice on complex federal litigation. Her primary practice involves complicated business disputes, the investigation and litigation of sophisticated fraud schemes, and healthcare and Employment Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA)-related litigation. Ms. Pragid is incredibly organized, strategic, and efficient with both time and resources. She assists clients in achieving successful, cost-effective results. Ms. Pragid represents her clients in nationwide matters through all levels of the litigation process. She has significant experience successfully litigating cases to settlement, summary judgment, and verdict.
Ms. Pragid also has an expertise in a wide spectrum of electronic discovery (e-discovery) practices from preparing for anticipated e-discovery to the managed review and ultimate production of electronically stored information (ESI). She ensures the review and production of documents is consistent with applicable federal procedural rules and privacy regulations. Her focus is on streamlining and cost-saving measures, given the often large-scale data involved.
Ms. Pragid prides herself on her commitment to pro bono legal work for those who are so often underserved by the community. In this regard, she frequently represents pro bono clients in domestic violence and stalking cases.
While in law school, Ms. Pragid was a judicial law clerk for the Honorable A. Jay Cristol of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Southern District of Florida.
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