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   3John M. StalmackChicago(312) 466-8050john.stalmack@ruberry-law.comjohn.stalmack@ruberry-law.comRuberry Stalmack & Garvey LLCwww.rsg-law.comwww.rsg-law.comstalmackjohn.jpgMedical Malpractice Defense LawPersonal Injury Defense Law: GeneralProducts Liability Defense LawToxic Torts Defense Law
John M.
Ruberry Stalmack & Garvey LLC
10 S LaSalle St Ste 1800
Chicago IL 60603
Ph.(312) 466-8050 Fx.(312) 466-8055
Recommended by peers in:
Medical Malpractice Defense Law
Personal Injury Defense Law: General
Products Liability Defense Law
Toxic Torts Defense Law
Advisory Board Member
County:  Cook
Litigator:  Yes

Practice Description:  
Mr. Stalmack is a highly experienced trial lawyer in the field of medical malpractice, products liability, and governmental liability. He has had additional concentration in the area of the Structural Work Act and large property damage losses. He lectures in the field of medical malpractice as well as trial evidence. Mr. Stalmack has authored various publications for the Illinois Bar Journal and the Chicago Bar Record regarding medical malpractice evidence, and general tort liability. He is a fellow in the American College of Trial Lawyers. He is also an advocate in the American Board of Trial Advocates.

He is past president of the Illinois Society of Trial Lawyers. He has been included in the publication Leading Illinois Attorneys for his expertise in products, medical and construction litigation. In January of 2003, he was named in The Chicago Lawyer magazine as one of Chicago's Top Twenty Tort Defense Lawyers.

Bar Admissions:  
Illinois, 1974
District of Columbia, 1975

Year of Birth:  1947

Law School:  
Loyola University School of Law, J.D., 1974
George Washington University, LL.M., 1976

Law School Honors/Involvement:  
Editor, Loyola University Law Journal, 1973-1974

Undergraduate School:  
Coe College, B.A., 1971

Undergraduate School Honors/Involvement:  
Cum laude

Employment History:  
Hired by U.S. Department of Justice under Attorney General's Program for Honor Law Graduates, 1974-1976

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