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James A. Chatz to speak at attorney-mediator forum

 

Arnstein & Lehr Attorney James A. Chatz

James A. Chatz

James A. Chatz, of counsel in the Chicago and Miami offices of Arnstein & Lehr LLP, is presenting at the Tuesday, May 8 DePaul University CDR/AAM Illinois Attorney-Mediator Forum. His presentation is entitled “Great Result – A Successful Mediation (The loser can’t pay or perform. What to do – remedies, options for both the debtor and the creditor).” Jimmy is a certified mediator and arbitrator, having completed the Northwestern University Mediation Training Professional Development Program.

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James A. Chatz and Robert A. McKenzie quoted in Inside Counsel on the Costa Concordia shipwreck

Arnstein & Lehr Attorney James A. Chatz

James A. Chatz

Arnstein & Lehr Attorney Robert A. McKenzie

Robert A. McKenzie

Arnstein & Lehr Chicago Partner James A. Chatz and Associate Robert A. McKenzie were quoted in the April issue of Inside Counsel. The article titled “Costa Concordia shipwreck litigation could stall” discusses the Italian cruise ship, owned by Carnival Corporation, which struck a rock on January 13 that tore a hole in its hull, causing the ship to capsize. Mr. Chatz comments that Carnival may not be liable, even though it’s the parent company. Mr. McKenzie comments that Carnival’s decision to release few statements regarding the accident may be inappropriate in terms of public relations.

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James A. Chatz quoted in Associated Press article on Jefferson County’s recent bankruptcy filing

Arnstein & Lehr Attorney James A. Chatz

James A. Chatz

Of Counsel Attorney James A. Chatz was recently interviewed and quoted in a November 10 article in the Associated Press titled “Biggest civil bankruptcy sows uncertainty in Ala.” The article discusses Jefferson County’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy filing and includes Jimmy’s observations. The article was picked up by numerous outlets online, including ABC News.com, Huffington Post, USA Today and Washington Post.

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