Employment Attorney Nina Stillman Leaves Morgan Lewis to Join Scharf Banks Marmor
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Summary: Nina G. Stillman, most recently senior counsel for the Chicago office of Morgan Lewis where she specialized in Labor and Employment has joined Scharf Banks Marmor LLC as a partner in its Chicago office. Stillman has joined the law firm's Occupational Safety and Health Admnistration (OSHA) practices. A very small 13-lawyer law firm, Scharf Banks Marmor, also happens to be Chicago's largest women-owned law firm.
Speaking on Nina G. Stillman joining the firm, partners Stephanie Scharf and Ted Banks said, "We are thrilled and honored to have Nina join Scharf Banks Marmor. She brings tremendous skills and energy to the Firm's employment and OSHA practices, which will be of great benefit to our clients and to the Firm."
Sarah Marmor, partner, added, "While our existing employment practice is robust, the addition of Nina allows us to further expand and grow this practice area. Nina is a nationally renowned employment and OSHA lawyer who has worked with many large companies and institutions on the most critical employment issues facing companies today. Having her on our team will give our Firm and clients a tremendous edge."
From 2004 through 2014, Stillman was named one of the leading U.S. lawyers for employment law by Chambers USA, based on the views of clients, peers and other industry professionals.
She is the past chair of the Chicago Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Committee; a past board member of the University Club of Chicago; and a board member of the Merit School of Music and the Northwestern University Law Board. Stillman has written numerous articles and is a frequent lecturer on labor, employment, and workplace health and safety law issues.
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