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Clark Hill Attorney Penny Deihl Published in DRI For The Defense

April 30, 2020

Clark Hill Member Penny Deihl's article "This Case is Killing Me" was published in DRI's For The Defense April 2020 newsletter. This article discusses the effects of stress on attorneys, claims professionals, and clients.

Deihl is an effective litigator and negotiator with more than 25 years of experience representing individuals, corporations, and other entities in a range of commercial and civil disputes. Focused on developing and pursuing legal strategies that work, Deihl’s extensive trial experience is unique among her peers. On behalf of her clients, she has argued and won numerous jury awards and judicial decisions in open court.

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