Mr. Stanko's primary areas of concentration are employment law and civil litigation. He has also argued more than 30 cases on appeal in state and federal courts. In 1987, Mr. Stanko argued a criminal case involving First Amendment issues, Pope v. Illinois, before the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Stanko is rated “A” by Martindale-Hubbell, which bases its ratings on confidential evaluations by other attorneys. He was admitted to practice in 1976 and joined the firm that year. Mr. Stanko became a principal in the firm in 1984 and has served as President of the firm since 1998.
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