Clark Hill Attorney Richard H. Chapman Published a Chapter in IICLE’s 2012 Edition of Motions, Affidavits, and Orders
CHICAGO, IL –
Clark Hill Chicago attorney Richard H. Chapman co-authored the “Motions, Affidavits, and Orders” chapter in the “Opening the Case” volume of the three volume 2012 edition of “Civil Practice (Illinois)” published by the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education. The Chapter focuses on the key elements and strategic uses of numerous kinds of motions and affidavits that the Illinois Code of Civil Procedure permits. The 2012 edition of “Opening the Case” can be purchased from IICLE at http://www.iicle.com.
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Chapman is the supervising member of Clark Hill Chicago’s Litigation Practice Group and is an adjunct member of the Firm’s Labor and Employment Practice Group, as well. He has been recognized by his peers in 2012 as a Top 100 “Illinois Super Lawyer” by Law and Politics, an “Illinois Leading Lawyer” by the Illinois Leading Lawyers Network, and received an “AV Preeminent” rating from Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings. Chapman’s background is more fully detailed on the Firm’s website as noted below.
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