Dominick W. Savaiano Joins National Law Firm Nielsen, Zehe, & Antas, P.C.

March 2, 2016 02:19 PM
Dominick W. Savaiano

National law firm Nielsen, Zehe, & Antas P.C. hired distinguished Chicago trial attorney Partner and IADC member Dominick W. Savaiano, his Partner Paul Bozych, along with their team.

Formerly of Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker, LLP, the team includes Partners Elizabeth (Betsy) R. Grover, Bradford S. Krause, Jack J. Murphy, and Associate Sean Brogan.

Nielsen, Zehe, & Antas' new team, led by Savaiano and Bozych, has handled more than 120 trials with a nearly 100 percent success rate.

They have established a prestigious reputation throughout North America and globally, particularly in Canada, London, and Asia.

The team is adept at counseling and defending corporations, business entities, individuals and insurance companies in all facets of litigation and with claims of all kinds. Team members are known for their ability to handle complex claims and are routinely retained to take over difficult cases prepared by other firms that are set for trial.

Recognized as a leader in the legal community, Savaiano was elected as a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, a select national organization of trial attorneys whose common qualities include professionalism and a high degree of trial and litigation skill, knowledge and experience. He is also a member of the International Association of Defense Counsel and the Society of Trial Lawyers. Among his many accolades are an AV Preeminent® rating by Martindale-Hubbell since 1993, selection as a “Leading Illinois Attorney” and a “Leading American Attorney” by the American Research Corporation, and being named a Super Lawyer annually since 2005.

In late, 2015, Savaiano was recognized by the Chicago legal media for career achievements as a defense trial lawyer (Trial Lawyer Excellence Award).

Additionally, Savaiano has taught trial advocacy, and he serves on the editorial board of the Journal of American Law.

Savaiano earned his J.D. degree from Loyola University Chicago School of Law, where he served on Loyola University Chicago Law Journal and the National Trial Advocacy Team. He earned his B.A. degree from the University of Illinois.

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