Larry Cohen is the host of Ringler Radio and is the head of Ringler Associates operations in the Northeast....
A report on the state of the Illinois legal system from the Illinois Trial Lawyer Association reveals many misconceptions when it comes to lawyers, litigation and the civil justice system. That’s the topic of discussion on this Ringler Radio podcast, with host Larry Cohen, Ringler colleague, Mike Casey and special guest, Stephen D. Phillips, managing partner at the Phillips Law Offices in Chicago. Hear how the report shines a light on the tort reform debate, frivolous lawsuits, workers compensation in Illinois and how the legal community is separating myth from fact.
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|Published:||February 13, 2017|
Ringler Radio presents an unprecedented analysis of the latest news impacting the structured settlement profession.
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