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On September 19, Jeanne Zeiger and the Cray Huber coverage team obtained summary judgment in a $3 million rescission case for Minnesota Lawyers Mutual in federal court.  The case involved a solo patent practitioner who mishandled dozens of patent applications.  Judge St. Eve found in MLM’s favor and rescinded three years of professional liability coverage.  Click here to read the Opinion.

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On September 15, members of Cray Huber participated in the Race Judicata 5K run/walk presented by Chicago Volunteer Legal Services.  Race Judicata is the only running event geared towards Chicago’s legal community with proceeds benefiting CVLS, which provides free legal services to Chicago’s poor and working poor families.

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On September 2, Jim Horstman, Melissa Dakich, Dan Cray and Ben Beringer were featured in the IDC’s “The IDC Advance,” an email publication used to highlight the positive results obtained by its members.  Click here to read the articles.

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Cray Huber participated in the Communities That Care “Back-to-School” program.  This program provides new backpacks and school supplies to low income students grade 1-8 who, with encouragement and inspiration, have the opportunity to start and stay in school.   Cray Huber employees Katie Wilson and Janet Baumann with attorneys Kelly McHale and David Kravitz are seen helping to deliver some of the backpacks donated by Cray Huber.

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Stephen W. Heil and Zachary G. Shook recently obtained summary judgment for a defendant optometrist sued in the United States District Court for the Central District of Illinois for injuries allegedly caused by the defendant’s care.  Click here to read the Court’s Opinion.