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Chicken Dinner Warrants Recusal? Not So Fast!

David W. Inlander and Ronald D. Menna, Jr. examined Illinois judicial recusal in their article “Chicken Dinner Warrants Recusal? Not So Fast!”

The attorneys addressed the recently issued Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals opinion which analyzed the topic of recusal involving an Illinois federal judge. Click here to read the full article.

The article was featured in multiple Illinois State Bar Association section newsletters including the March 2020 editions of Bench & Bar and the Civil Practice & Procedure Section Council’s Trial Briefs, as well as the April 2020 edition of Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy.

David concentrates his family law practice on high-end and complex matrimonial mediation, collaborative and cooperative resolution processes. Ron focuses his practice in commercial litigation and chancery actions, civil appeals and corporate law. David is the immediate past chair of the Illinois State Bar Association Bench & Bar Section Council while Ron chairs the Civil Practice & Procedure Committee.

The Illinois State Bar Association is the state’s premier legal association. With more than 28,000 voluntary members, the association aims to assist the states attorneys in the practice of law and help to stimulate enhancements in the administration of justice.

April 28, 2020 | Civil Litigation |