Stern Awarded Certified Subrogation Recovery Professional Designation
Clausen Miller is very pleased to report that Robert A. Stern was awarded the Certified Subrogation Recovery Professional Designation. The CSRP Designation is the professional designation for subrogation professionals. It is a statement that those possessing the designation have met stringent academic and experience requirements,
CM Client Quest Diagnostics Prevails in Venipuncture Jury Trial
A former banker who previously sued Citibank claiming that she was let go because she was “too sexy,” lost her lawsuit against Quest Diagnostics on February 5, 2016. Debrahlee Lorenzana claimed that she was permanently injured in connection with a blood draw conducted by a Quest Diagnostics phlebotomist.
CM Client Quest Diagnostics Prevails in Negligence Action Alleging Nerve Injury from Blood Draw
Plaintiff, Michael Bowbliss, alleged that he suffered a debilitating nerve injury as the result of a needle stick during a routine blood draw taken in connection with his application for a life insurance policy.
Clausen Miller Featured in Law360 After Seventh Circuit Affirms Entry of Summary Judgment in Coverage Dispute
Clausen Miller was recently featured in a Law360 article after the Seventh Circuit affirmed entry of summary judgment in a coverage dispute. The decision marked a win for Clausen Miller attorneys Don R. Sampen and Steven N.
Clausen Miller Welcomes Kristin Esposito to its Casualty Defense Team
Clausen Miller is proud to announce that Kristin Esposito has joined the Firm’s Chicago office as a Senior Associate. Kristin will work with Thomas Ryerson, Ilene Korey, and Scott Shinkan in representing major casualty insurers and medical/professional liability insurers in large case litigation.
Daugherity and Wolkomir Win Summary Judgment on Behalf of Largest U.S. Hospice Care Provider in Federal Age and Disability Discrimination/Retaliation Suit
Plaintiff, a 68 year old with a hearing disability, was employed by the client as a secretary for 12 years. Following a company reduction in force (“RIF”), Plaintiff was terminated. She interviewed for an open position at another location within the company but,
Heilmann Obtains a $1.3 Million Settlement
In a high profile action in the State of Illinois, Clausen Miller Partner Dave Heilmann obtained a $1.3 million settlement on behalf of client Glenn Meeks against Chicago State University for violation of the Illinois State Ethics Act.
Esposito Writes on Storage Wars
One person’s junk can be another’s treasure. That’s the premise behind A&E’s hit series, Storage Wars. It’s pretty formulaic. Real-life junk dealers bid, essentially sight unseen, on the contents of public storage lockers.
Clausen Miller Attorneys Named 2017 Illinois Super Lawyers And Rising Stars
Clausen Miller is pleased to announce that seven attorneys were selected as 2017 Illinois Super Lawyers and two attorneys were selected as Illinois Rising Stars in Illinois by Super Lawyers magazine.
Super Lawyers recognizes attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their legal practice.
OSHA Issues Final Rule Updating Walking-Working Surfaces Standards and Establishing Personal Fall Protection Systems Requirements
On December 1, 2016, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) issued a final rule updating its general industry Walking-Working Surfaces standards specific to slip, trip, and fall hazards. The rule also establishes employer requirements for using personal fall protection systems in a new section under the general industry Personal Protective Equipment standards.