Chicago, March 13 2015 — Bartolic Law (https://www.michaelbartolic.nuvew-ready-for-feedback.com/), proudly announces that, after graduating from The John Marshall Law School with honors, Rebecca Bryant (née Neace) is now a practicing associate attorney at the firm. Prior to becoming a lawyer, attorney Bryant worked as a law clerk for two years for long term disability lawyer, Michael Bartolic.
In addition to being a long term disability lawyer, attorney Bryant will work on life insurance, accidental death insurance matters, social security benefit matters and other ERISA claims.
“As a law clerk Rebecca served us extremely well,” said Attorney, Michael Bartolic. “I’m so proud to see, that after all of her hard work, she is now a highly qualified practicing attorney and I’m thrilled that she has chosen to stay with our firm.”
While attending law school, attorney Bryant was on the Deans’ list, was a trial advocacy board member where she presided as associate barrister. She was also the president of the Health Law Society.
Attorney Neace also holds a B.S. degree in philosophy from Loyola University. She is a member of the American Bar Association, Section of Labor and Employment and a member of the Illinois State Bar Association.
To learn more about long term disability lawyer, Michael Bartolic, visit:https://www.michaelbartolic.nuvew-ready-for-feedback.com/.
About Bartolic Law
Michael Bartolic founded his firm in 2009, after he left a large, multinational law firm that practices ERISA litigation. Named a Super Lawyers Rising Star in 2012 and 2013, he was named a Super Lawyer for 2014 and 2015. Michael is a frequent speaker on topics relating to ERISA litigation and benefit claims. He chairs the Chicago Bar Association Employee Benefits Committee, co-Chairs the American Bar Association’s Section of Labor and Employment Employee Benefits Committee Subcommittee on Benefits Claims, Vice Chairs the ABA Section of Taxation Employee Benefits Committee Subcommittee on Litigation, and is the immediate past Chair of the Illinois State Bar Association Employee Benefits Council. He is a contributing author to the treatise “Employee Benefits Law,” Third Edition, published by the American Bar Association and BNA. For more information visit: https://www.michaelbartolic.nuvew-ready-for-feedback.com/).