Kelly L. Faglioni
Kelly Faglioni practices at Hunton Andrews Kurth as a commercial and regulatory litigator on products liability and post mergers and acquisitions disputes and issues. She serves as one of the firm’s deputy general counsel focusing on law firm ethics, conflicts and risk management issues.
Faglioni’s litigation experience spans both commercial and regulatory litigation before state and federal trial and appellate courts, regulatory agencies and alternative dispute resolution forums. A significant amount of her litigation practice has focused on product issues that have included compliance, recall, investigations, retail sale, warranty and products liability. She also has experience litigating professional malpractice, business torts, and post-M&A, contract, corporate governance and partnership disputes. Faglioni’s regulatory litigation practice has involved the nuclear and telecommunications industries.
As a deputy general counsel for the firm, Falioni has substantial experience with law firm ethics, conflicts, compliance and risk management, including defense of malpractice and third party claims. She is involved in training and formulating firm policies and procedures aimed at addressing a variety of risks. As an outgrowth of this experience, she has become involved in representing other law firms, lawyers or corporate law departments in ethics and malpractice issues. Faglioni chairs the firm's Conflicts and Professional Conduct Committee and sits on the firm’s Risk Management Committee, regularly advises on conflicts and other ethics issues and compliance with professional rules, and guides the firm’s business intake and conflicts section.
Faglioni clerked for Judge A. Christian Compton, justice of the Supreme Court of Virginia in 1992-93. She teaches Professional Responsibility at the Law School.
- J.D.Washington and Lee University School of Law1992
- B.A.Bucknell University1989
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