Judge Curcio Admitted to Society of Illinois Construction Attorneys - ADR Systems

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Hon. Lisa R. Curcio, (Ret.), senior mediator and arbitrator at ADR Systems, was admitted to the Society of Illinois Construction Attorneys (SOICA).

Admission to SOICA is by invitation only. This prestigious organization encourages “the association of outstanding Illinois lawyers who are distinguished for their skill, experience and professional conduct in the practicing or teaching of construction law, who are dedicated to excellence in the practice of construction law and who subscribe to the goals and ideals of the Society,” according to the SOICA website.

“It is an honor to be invited to become a member of SOICA,” said Judge Curcio. “I am looking forward to the opportunity to learn from and work with these preeminent attorneys in Illinois construction law.”

Judge Curcio has more than 15 years of judicial experience, 11 of which were in the Chancery Division of the Cook County Circuit Court. Her work during the last eight years on the bench focused on claims and disputes arising out of construction contracts including mechanics liens. Her skills as a neutral are complemented by her experience in real estate transactions, business and the banking industry – all gained prior to becoming an attorney.

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Judge Harmening is an excellent mediator. Even in situations where settlement is not achieved the day of the mediation, Judge Harmening will continue talks with the parties when he can sense that a settlement is still possible, and gets it done. We have successfully settled several cases with Judge Harmening to the satisfaction of all parties. I am looking forward to working with him on many more in the future.

Thomas R. Mulroy III, Esq.Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard