Stephany McLaughlin Discussed Practical Tips for Successfully Arbitrating Cases

Posted on October 13th, 2016 at 1:21 PM
Stephany McLaughlin Discussed Practical Tips for Successfully Arbitrating Cases

Stephany McLaughlin, along with Howard Suskin, Retired Judge David Coar and Retired Judge Allen Goldberg gave a presentation at the Chicago Bar Association discussing  Arbitration both from  policy and practical perspectives at the Chicago Bar Association. 

The Chicago Bar Association was founded in 1874 and is among the oldest and most active bar associations in the U.S.  One of CBA’s many objectives, as stated on their website, is to maintain the honor and dignity of the profession of the law and to promote the general welfare of its members

Stephany spoke about practical tips from plaintiff and defense perspectives in order to benefit those involved in arbitrations.  Ms. McLaughlin was pleased to have the opportunity to offer her industry knowledge and unique insight to the discussion. 


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