Clark Hill Attorney Andrew B. Turk Featured in AZ Business Leaders 2019
PHOENIX, AZ – Clark Hill attorney Andrew B. Turk was featured in the 2019 edition of AZ Business Leaders in Healthcare Law. Each year, the magazine’s selection committee chooses the Top Business Leaders who are considered to be the most influential in their industries.
Andrew is Senior Counsel in Clark Hill’s Litigation and Health Care Practice Groups and has extensive experience with health care litigation as well as with tort, and insurance litigation. His practice currently emphasizes complex civil litigation including health care, medical malpractice, and business disputes, he also has experience with wide range of commercial matters, trade secret and insurance coverage litigation and elder abuse litigation. He also frequently provides ADR services as a mediator or arbitrator.
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Please join us at Clark Hill in Chicago for costumes and cocktails, sponsored by the Women in Probate! In addition to coming in a costume, wig, or mask (COVID or otherwise), we ask each attendee to bring an item to benefit Casa Central, an organization that has been providing compassionate and trustworthy care to Latino and other older adults for more than 40 years.