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Rodney E. VanAusdal and Michael D. Huber will be speakers at the William Scholl College/Rosalind Franklin University Seminar entitled, “Podiatric Malpractice – Revisited II,” in Lake Forest, Illinois on November 3.

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Rodney E. VanAusdal and Michael D. Huber were speakers at the Illinois Podiatric Medical Association Annual Meeting to the Illinois Society of Podiatric Medical Assistants, “Professionalism in the Age of Social Media,” on October 17.

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Michael D. Huber was a speaker at the Rush University Medical Center Anesthesia Department CME Seminar, “Technically Speaking . . . When Medicine & Technology Collide,” in Chicago, Illinois on September 10.

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On September 4, members of Cray Huber participated in the Race Judicata 20th Anniversary 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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Anthony M. Sam participated in a closing argument workshop for Justice Margaret O’Mara Frossard’s (Ret.) Trial Advocacy Class at The John Marshall Law School on August 20, 2014.

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Daniel K. Cray and Scott D. Pfeiffer attended the Irresolute Golf Outing held on July 28 at the Manufacturers’ Golf & Country Club in Fort Washington, PA which Cray Huber was a sponsor of.

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Cray Huber attorneys David J. Farina and Zachary G. Shook recently prevailed on behalf of a food product distributor whose employee allegedly allowed a service elevator door to close on a plaintiff.  The defendant successfully argued that under Illinois law, a user of an elevator has no duty to protect against the danger posed by a closing elevator door as that danger is open and obvious.  Cray Huber has prevailed for its clients numerous times on similar grounds.