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Chicago Attorney Presents at Chicago Bar Association Committee Meeting

Illinois attorney Natalie J. Eschbach is presenting “Strategically Using Dispositive Motions in Civil Cases” at the Chicago Bar Association’s Tort Litigation Committee meeting on Wednesday, November 17.

During the presentation, Natalie will present to attorneys and share topics such as types of dispositive motions, deciding which motion to file and what happens if you motion is denied, among other subjects. The meeting will be presented in-person, and is available to be viewed via live webcast or a hybrid setting.

The Chicago Bar Association is one of the oldest and most active metropolitan bar associations in the US, and comprises 20,000 members. The Association establishes and maintains the honor of the law profession, sponsors and supports continuing legal education (CLE) programs, cultivates social relationships among its members and increases the usefulness of the legal profession in promoting the due administration of justice.

The Tort Litigation Committee is a section of the Chicago Bar Association that keeps members up-to-date on issues in tort litigation practice in Cook and surrounding counties. It also studies and recommends changes to statues and local and Supreme Court rules that affect the practices of tort litigators, and participates in ongoing discussion with representatives of the Cook County Court System to uphold the effective and efficient administration of justice on tort law matters.

Natalie focuses her practice on construction and products liability, trucking liability claims and handles many matters involving professional medical malpractice. She has additional experience with complex litigation and catastrophic personal injury cases, as well as premises liability claims.