September 10, 2013

Crain’s Chicago Business recently highlighted a dispute between former co-shareholders and physicians in a Chicago-area urology practice. Speaking for the defendant in the most recent litigation, regarding his client’s request for the use of urodynamic equipment to test bladders, Much Shelist attorney, Martin J. O’Hara said, “The allegations are completely without merit and are intended to prevent [my client] from prosecuting his own claims.” Much Shelist’s client filed a lawsuit against his former co-shareholders in 2010 when the practice was dissolved.

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