Kayla Condeni, whose practice focuses on medical malpractice matters, explains the First’s District’s holding in Sparger v. Yamini. The First District of the Appellate Court of Illinois recently held in Sparger v. Yamini, 2019 IL App (1st), 180566, that where a plaintiff claims a neurological brain injury, rather than a psychological injury, the plaintiff ...
Kayla Condeni pursues strategies designed to get her clients dismissed from the case at the earliest opportunity, whether through motion practice or negotiations with opposing counsel, while also preparing each case for trial. She exposes both factual and legal weaknesses in the plaintiff’s case to gain leverage throughout litigation, retains the best consultants and experts, and treats each piece of evidence as if it will be presented to a jury.
She is experienced in defending a variety of matters, including medical malpractice, premises liability, employment discrimination, and personal injury. She maintains open and constant communication with her clients to ensure a complete and thorough understanding of the case. This ensures she fully understands her client’s wants, needs, and goals for the successful resolution of all matters.
In her spare time, Kayla enjoys attending Notre Dame football games with her family.
- Loyola University Chicago School of Law, J.D. 2014, cum laude
- University of Notre Dame, B.A. 2010, cum laude
- United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
- United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois
- Illinois State Bar Association
- Chicago Bar Association
- Alpha Sigma Nu
- “Recent Decisions Underscore Significant Protections for Mental Health Records,” IDC Quarterly, Vol. 30, No. 1, Kayla A. Condeni and Donald Patrick Eckler.
Pretzel & Stouffer attorneys, Timothy Weaver and Kayla Condeni, have had their publication “Return of the Verdict and Entry of Judgment” accepted for publication by the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education (“IICLE”) in the text, Civil Practice: Trying the Case. The chapter covers the most salient topics related to verdicts, including improper influences on ...
Pretzel & Stouffer was a proud sponsor of the 105th Women’s Bar Association of Illinois Annual Installation Dinner. Congratulations to the new president of the WBAI, Corinne Heggie and the new members of the board. Pretzel & Stouffer attorneys, Mary Cronin, Sommer Luzynczyk, Kayla Condeni, Paula Villela, and Caitlin Donohue attended the event with Amy ...
Timothy Weaver and Kayla Condeni have had their book chapter, “Return of the Verdict and Entry of Judgment,” accepted for publication by the IL Inst. for CLE in the text, Civil Practice: Trying the Case, which will be published in 2019.
James J. Sipchen and Kayla A. Condeni successfully defended an attorney subject to a Rule 137 Motion for Sanctions that sought three years’ of attorneys’ fees incurred in defending a defamation lawsuit totaling hundreds of thousands of dollars. After prevailing on a motion dismiss the defamation claim on the grounds of the absolute privilege, ...