Aimee Lipkis gave the PICA risk management lecture “Everything Electronic and the Impact on Your Practice” to the American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS) on February 14, 2019.
Dan Cray, Mike Huber and Steve Heil have been named as Leading Lawyers for 2019 by Leading Lawyers magazine pursuant to the recommendation of their peers and approval by the Leading Lawyers Advisory Board. The distinction of being a Leading Lawyer has been earned by fewer than 5% of all lawyers licensed to practice law in Illinois.
Zachary Shook has been selected by Chicago magazine and Illinois Super Lawyers magazine as a 2019 Rising Star.
Aimee Lipkis gave the PICA risk management lecture “Everything Electronic and the Impact on Your Practice” to the Florida Podiatric Medical Association’s Science & Management Symposium (SAM) on January 10, 2019.
Aimee Lipkis has been recognized as an Emerging Lawyer in Leading Lawyers magazine in 2019 for the third year in a row, pursuant to her nomination by peer Leading Lawyers in Illinois. The designation of Emerging Lawyer cannot be bought and is reserved only for attorneys fewer than 40 years of age and accounts for fewer than 2 percent of Illinois attorneys.
Cray Huber is a Corporate INTL Global Awards Winner for 2019 as a Catastrophic Loss Litigation Law Firm of the Year in Illinois.
On December 3, 2018 America’s Top 100 Civil Defense Litigators® announced their selection of Cray Huber partner Michael Huber. Selection is by invitation only and is designed to identify the most exceptional Civil Defense Litigators throughout the nation. Candidates are carefully screened through comprehensive Qualitative Comparative Analysis based on a broad array of criteria, including the candidate’s professional experience, litigation experience, significant case results, representative high stakes matters, peer reputation, and community impact in order to rank the candidates throughout the state. Only the top 100 qualifying defense litigators in each state receive this honor. Less than one-half percent (0.5%) of active attorneys in the United States are selected.
Daniel Cray and Benjamin Beringer were successful in a retrial of a medical negligence case in DuPage County, Illinois where they represented a neurologist and his neurology practice group. Husband and wife were plaintiffs in the suit stemming from a 2008 spinal cord infarct two days post cervical spine surgery which rendered the 49-year-old husband and father of two a quadriplegic. The wife, who sued for loss of consortium, has been her husband’s 24-hour-a-day care giver for the last 10 years. This case was first tried in April-May 2016 to a defense verdict. Both trials were 3 1/2 weeks in duration. Plaintiffs’ economic damages exceeded $10 million. Plaintiffs requested $39 million at the first trial, but they did not specify any total damages sum at the second trial.