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  • McGlinchey Ranked for Legal Diversity by Vault, American Lawyer

    McGlinchey was named among many AmLaw 100 and 200 firms among Vault’s 2025 rankings for Diversity in Law Firms, based on input from the firm’s Associates. McGlinchey also ranked in two categories in The American Lawyer’s 2024 Diversity Scorecards: Women in Law and the LGBTQ+ Scorecard.

  • Michelle McCliman tapped to Lead McGlinchey’s Irvine Office

    McGlinchey Stafford is proud to announce the appointment of Michelle M. McCliman as the Office Managing Member of its Irvine, California office. Michelle has almost 30 years of litigation experience in firms of all sizes, including managing a firm in private practice. With this addition ten of McGlinchey’s 17 offices are now led by women.

  • Edelman, Lipinski, Savoie, and Seewald Recognized as Thomson Reuters Stand-Out Lawyers

    McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to announce that Members Mark S. Edelman (Cleveland), Kelly Lipinski (Cleveland), Robert W. Savoie (Cleveland), and Jeffrey R. Seewald (Irvine) have been named as Thomson Reuters Stand-out Lawyers for 2024. Stand-out lawyers are recognized for their ability to improve client satisfaction, increase client advocacy, grow share of wallet, strengthen their firm’s brand, enhance people engagement, and increase profits per partner.

  • McGlinchey’s Financial Institutions Compliance Practice, 4 of its Attorneys Honored in Chambers USA 2024

    McGlinchey is pleased to announce that four Members (Partners) in its Financial Institutions Compliance practice are among the firm’s 25 attorneys recognized in the 2024 edition of the Chambers USA Guide. The practice group itself also sustained its nationwide ranking as one of only 15 firms ranked in the Financial Services Regulation: Consumer Finance (Compliance) category. This marks the eleventh year this practice has been ranked – making it one of only five ranked for eleven years.

  • Oklahoma to Require Registration of “Administrators” of Motor Vehicle Debt Waivers & Value Protection Agreements

    imilar to its long-standing requirement for vehicle service warranty administrators to be registered, Oklahoma recently enacted SB 541 to require the registration of debt waiver program administrators. Unlike service warranties, which may be purchased regardless of whether the vehicle is bought for cash or financed and are largely administered by third-party administrators, debt waiver programs are linked to the financing of the vehicle. This new requirement may result in a creditor or its assignee, rather than a third party, acting as an administrator for debt waiver programs and needing to register with the Oklahoma Department of Insurance.

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