Former Schiff Hardin Partner Gets $20M in Medical Malpractice Case

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The family of Christopher Zinski, a former Schiff Hardin corporate partner felled by a stroke four years ago, has secured a $20 million settlement in a medical malpractice suit filed against Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital in Chicago.

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  • A Banking Colleague

    Chris and I used to sit next to one another at ABA Banking Law Committee meetings. He was an extraordinarily decent person and extraordinarily talented lawyer, and all of us were shocked when we first learned what had happened. This is a proper outcome for Chris and his family, although much better would have been if none of this had happened in the first place.

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