Chicago, IL, April 26, 2021 - We are excited to welcome Darcy Proctor as a partner in Tressler's Local Government Practice Group in Chicago. Darcy concentrates her practice in the defense of local governments in all aspects of tort, civil rights liability and employment litigation. She also defends private sector employers across a variety of employment law issues.
"I am honored to join Tressler’s Local Government Practice Group," said Darcy Proctor. "I look forward to working with this extraordinary team of attorneys known for their high-quality legal services and unmatched dedication to serving their governmental clients."
Prior to joining Tressler, Darcy served as lead counsel for the largest self-insured school cooperative pool in Illinois. She also acted as outside litigation counsel for the City of Chicago and PACE. In these roles, Darcy managed all aspects of complex, high-profile and high-exposure tort, civil rights and employment litigation, including extensive discovery and motion practice, jury trials and appeals, as well as risk management analysis and counseling for clients.
Darcy can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (312) 627-4010.
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