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Pashman Stein Walder Hayden P.C. Adds Howard Pashman to Its Litigation Group


Pashman Stein Walder Hayden announced today that Howard Pashman has joined the firm as an associate. Pashman was previously with Karlin Associates LLC in Chicago. His father, Louis Pashman, co-founded the firm with Michael Stein 23 years ago.

Pashman’s practice focuses on commercial litigation including breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract, common law fraud, wage claims, premises liability, quiet title actions, commercial foreclosures, commercial landlord/ tenant matters, and construction disputes.

“Howard is an impressive and accomplished legal scholar who takes a strong analytical approach to each matter he takes on,” said Michael S. Stein, Pashman Stein’s Managing Partner. “We are thrilled to welcome this bright and talented lawyer to the firm.”

“I am thrilled to join Pashman Stein where I will continue to be an advocate for my clients in the courtroom and at the negotiating table,” said Pashman. “I also feel privileged to have the opportunity to work with my dad—an exceptional lawyer whom I admire deeply—and the deep bench of litigators throughout the firm.”

Pashman earned a joint J.D. and Ph.D. in History from Northwestern University, along with a M.A. in History and B.A. in History, cum laude. In addition, he earned a M. Phil. from the University of Cambridge, Clare College.

Following law school, Pashman served as the Jerome Hall Postdoctoral Fellow in Law and Society at the Maurer School of Law at Indiana University. Prior to attending law school, Pashman interned with the Hon. Peter Doyne, Presiding Judge, Chancery Court of Bergen County Vicinage. He subsequently taught history at Northwestern University and then served as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame. 

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