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Staub Anderson LLC Welcomes New Associate

Staub Anderson LLC announced today that David Dale has joined the firm as an associate.  David will focus on assisting and counseling the firm’s clientele of businesses, not-for-profit organizations, and individuals, in addition to handling a variety of litigation matters.

“We think David is a great addition to our firm,” said David Staub, a partner at Staub Anderson. “As our practice has grown, he will bring needed depth to allow us to continue to maintain our high level of client service.”  Partner Eric Anderson added, “David’s extensive litigation experience will be a valuable resource to our clients who need efficient and effective resolution of their disputes.”

David earned a Juris Doctor degree, magna cum laude, from the John Marshall Law School in 2012 and his Bachelor of Journalism from the University of Missouri in 2003.  Upon his admission to the Illinois State Bar, David worked for a boutique law firm specializing in plaintiffs' consumer class actions and commercial litigation, with a focus on technology, privacy, and banking law. 

While attending law school, David was a member of the John Marshall Law Review and the Trial Advocacy Honors Council, as well as a teaching assistant for a first year Torts course. He also clerked for the Honorable James F. Holderman, then Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. 

Prior to law school, David spent several years working in advertising, marketing, and public relations as a Senior Information Specialist for the University of Missouri healthcare system.

About Staub Anderson LLC:

Staub Anderson LLC is a law firm serving businesses, not-for-profit organizations, local governments and individuals in northern Illinois. Its services include business law, real estate, civil litigation, estate planning and administration services. It strives to provide fast, cost-effective solutions to legal issues facing its clients.  Its website is http://www.staubanderson.com.

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