Five local attorneys on state bar councils

    Belleville-based Mathis, Marifian & Richter, Ltd. shareholders Bradley W. Small, Deanna L. Litzenburg, Philip D. Speicher, Laura E. Schrick and associate Colin C. Clark were appointed to section councils of the Illinois State Bar Association to serve the legal community during 2019 and 2020.
    Illinois State Bar Association section council members regularly meet to discuss the standards to which attorneys should be held, contribute to newsletters to inform fellow lawyers, review proposed legislation and assist with continuing legal education programs.
    Small is an attorney working through the Belleville and Nashville offices. He practices banking law, bankruptcy, real estate law, estate planning, collections and business law.
    Small was appointed as the chairman of the ISBA Commercial Banking, Collections & Bankruptcy Law Section Council, for a second time, where he has served as a member for a number of years.
    Litzenburg is an attorney who serves through the Belleville, Edwardsville and Nashville offices. She practices civil litigation, commercial litigation, premises liability, medical malpractice, employment law, creditor’s rights and workers’ compensation. Litzenburg was appointed as a member of the ISBA Civil Practice & Procedure Section Council.
    Speicher is an attorney who practices business law, real estate law, taxation and estate planning. He serves his clients through the Belleville, Edwardsville and St. Louis offices. Speicher was reappointed to the ISBA Federal Taxation Section Council. Speicher is the former chairman of the Federal Taxation Council.
    Schrick serves through the Belleville and St. Louis offices. She practices civil litigation, employment law and trust & estates litigation. Schrick was appointed as a member of the ISBA Labor & Employment Law Section Council.
    Clark is an associate attorney who practices business law, real estate law, estate planning and taxation. He serves clients through the Belleville, Edwardsville and St. Louis offices. He was appointed as a member of the ISBA Business & Securities Law Section Council.

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