Schiller DuCanto & Fleck is pleased to announce that its Managing Partner, Meighan Harmon, has been named to the 2019 Crain’s Chicago Business list of Notable GenX Leaders in Law. Meighan will be featured along with other Notable Chicago Gen X Leaders who have made a significant impact within the law community, in the June 3rd print edition of Crain’s Chicago Business, as well as online at ChicagoBusiness.com
Criteria for selection to the 2019 Crain’s Chicago Business list of Notable Gen X Leaders in Law included:
- Possessing the ability or power to effect change in their role and/or area of practice at the firm
- Being a role model or mentor to other attorneys
- Holding a leadership position in the industry outside of the candidate’s own organization or company, including professional organizations and community service initiatives
"Since our firm began, we’ve had the good fortune of having a team of attorneys that represent the highest quality of people. Without question, Meighan is one of our best. We strive for excellence and clearly Meighan is a shining example of that. Her contributions to our firm are tireless, and her compassion for people with her commitment to do the right thing are what we strive for. This is a well deserved acknowledgement of Meighan’s accomplishments and all of us at Schiller DuCanto & Fleck congratulate her for this recognition of her influence in Chicago’s business community.” - Don Schiller
Meighan focuses on complex family law cases involving the distribution of multi-million dollar estates and represents high-profile clients, including leaders in business, finance, entertainment and sports, and their spouses, as well as individuals with multi-generational wealth. Meighan is a versatile attorney who provides her clients a wide range of options for resolving their disputes. She is an experienced litigator who can be fierce in the courtroom, but she is also a trained collaborative lawyer and a family law mediator who can devise creative solutions and amicably settle even the toughest of cases.
"I’m honored for this recognition and grateful to all of the exceptional attorneys at our firm for their support and friendship over the years." - Meighan Harmon
A frequent lecturer on family law topics, Meighan is also a published author, having assisted in the researching and drafting of the book Problems in Family Law. She co-authors a chapter for the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education titled Unique Employee Benefits: Stock Options, ESOPs, Etc and published articles in the Matrimonial Strategist, the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, The Family Advocate, and other publications. A committed philanthropist and consummate volunteer, Meighan is active in a variety of charitable organizations.
To learn more about Meighan and Schiller DuCanto & Fleck, visit www.sdflaw.com.