Bourgon Reynolds serves as a member for the firm’s litigation practice group, which includes defense in complex litigation matters, such as a series of federal class action antitrust lawsuits brought by direct and indirect purchasers against poultry producers.
After graduating with high honors, she first joined the firm in 2012 and spent three years focusing her practice on general and commercial litigation. Bourgon handled a wide variety of civil disputes including:
- Contract litigation
- Class action defense
- Insurance coverage disputes
- Personal injury defense
- Collections on behalf of entities and individuals
- Probate litigation
She also gained extensive experience managing complex electronic discovery matters.
Bourgon then joined the Arkansas Attorney General’s Office as an Assistant Attorney General and represented the state in civil litigation matters, including in appeals before the Arkansas Supreme Court and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circut.
After the Attorney General’s Office, Bourgon returned to Rose Law Firm and now practices out of the Fayetteville location. Her practice focuses on defending clients in complex litigation matters, electronic discovery, defending clients against government investigations and appellate matters.
She has also written articles for the UA Little Rock Law Review, where she served as associate editor in law school. One of her articles, Arkansas’s Unconstitutional Approach to Third-Party Exculpatory Evidence, explored Arkansas case law and its implications on a criminal defendants’ constitutional rights. In 2018, she wrote for The Arkansas Lawyer about technological advancements in the legal field. In 2020, she will be published as a contributing author to the American Bar Association’s 2019 Annual Review of Antitrust Law Developments.