Schaumburg attorney Gary Seyring, who fell just short in a bid for a 13th Subcircuit vacancy in the 2014 Republican Primary, is making another bid for judicial office. That's a link to Seyring's campaign website in the preceding sentence; a link has also been added to the blog Sidebar.
Licensed as an attorney in Illinois since 1978, Seyring's campaign bio notes that he is also a CPA. According to the campaign bio, Seyring's law practice involves "civil litigation in the areas of real estate, domestic relations, contested probate estates, personal injury, corporations and contracts. He is also engaged in estate planning, elder law, business formation, commercial and residential real estate, individual and business tax planning and preparation." Seyring has also served "as an arbitrator in the Cook County Arbitration Program and an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association (AAA) construction industry and HOW program."
Outside the office, Seyring is a member of the Board of Directors of the Illinois Youth Soccer Association. According to his campaign bio, Seyring has also served as Treasurer of his local Jaycees chapter, as Soccer Commissioner of the Schaumburg Athletic Association, and been involved in the Father/Son program at the Campanelli YMCA.
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