Chicago, IL, September 22, 2021 - We are pleased to welcome Stacy De Leon as an associate in Tressler's Local Government Practice Group. Stacy represents local government entities and private sector employers. Her practice handles all aspects of tort liability defense, constitutional claims, contract issues, employment disputes, education matters and business litigation.
"I am very excited to join the firm," said Stacy De Leon. "I look forward to working with Tressler’s experienced group of attorneys and diverse clients."
Prior to joining Tressler, Stacy worked as staff counsel for one of the nation's leading specialized insurers where she defended against property damage and bodily injury cases. Stacy has extensive experience in litigation, has taken and defended depositions, handled hundreds of arbitrations, and frequently obtains favorable results. Stacy also has first-chair trial experience and has obtained multiple defense verdicts.
Stacy earned her B.A. from Benedictine University and her J.D. from The John Marshall Law School.
Stacy can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (630) 343-5204.
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