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CHICAGO, June 18 – LAWFUEL – The Law News Network…

CHICAGO, June 18 – LAWFUEL – The Law News Network — O’Hagan, Smith & Amundsen, L.L.C. announces the election of four new partners to the firm. New members of the firm include Rita M. Filiaggi, Anthony G. Karamuzis, Jill A. Pignotti-Cheskes, and Michael R. Vescio.

In the firm’s Chicago office:
Rita M. Filiaggi — Washington University in St. Louis, B.A. (1990);
Chicago-Kent College of Law, J.D. (1997). Practice areas: civil litigation,
commercial, commercial transportation and aviation and product liability.

Anthony G. Karamuzis — Loyola University, B.S. (1988); DePaul University
College of Law, J.D. (1991). Practice areas: appellate, civil litigation,
commercial, commercial transportation and construction.

Jill A. Pignotti-Cheskes — University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
B.A. (1993); University of Notre Dame, J.D. (1996). Practice area:
employment.

In the firm’s Milwaukee office:
Michael R. Vescio — Marquette University, H.B.A. (1992); Marquette Law
School, J.D. (1995). Practice areas: appellate, complex litigation, insurance
coverage, professional liability and retail.

O’Hagan, Smith & Amundsen enjoys its reputation as one of Chicago’s
premier litigation firms. Our trial experience and courtroom knowledge have
built a loyal clientele, leading many clients to request our services on a
regional and national basis in all aspects of legal representation.

Since its inception, O’Hagan, Smith & Amundsen has grown to 127 attorneys
with offices in Chicago, Rockford, St. Charles, Waukegan, and Woodstock,
Illinois as well as in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Our attorneys share a proficiency
in a broad range of practice areas and a dedication to our common goal of
ensuring client satisfaction. Our success is built upon a foundation of
integrity, professionalism and a commitment to exceeding client expectations.

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