Seventeen attorneys of Clark Hill’s Chicago office have been selected for inclusion in the 2019 Illinois Super Lawyers & Rising Stars list.
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Ray J. Koenig was recently selected for inclusion in the 2019 Illinois Top 100 Super Lawyers. Super Lawyers, published by Law & Politics, is a consumer guide to outstanding attorneys.
Clark Hill Member Chad Poznansky has been selected to join the Board of Directors of Christopher House for a 3-year term effective immediately.
Clark Hill has been recently recognized by the 17th Annual M&A Advisor Awards in the category of Industrials Deal of The Year ($50MM-$100MM) for the Acquisition of Wellman Dynamics Corporation by TCTM Financial, of which Mark J.
CLARK HILL PLC: Clark Hill Adds Prominent Political Law Attorney John G. Fogarty, Jr. as Senior Counsel in Chicago
Clark Hill PLC announced the addition of John G. Fogarty, Jr. to the firm as Senior Counsel in its Chicago office, where he is a member of the Government and Public Affairs Practice Group.
Clark Hill PLC issued the following announcement on Nov. 19.Clark Hill's Scott Cruz has been named to Crain's Chicago's Notable Minority Lawyers for 2018.
CLARK HILL PLC: Clark Hill PLC Receives National and Regional Tier 1 Rankings in the 2019 Edition of Best Lawyers, “Best Law Firms”
Clark Hill PLC has received Tier 1 rankings in the 2019 edition of Best Lawyers, “Best Law Firms.”
CLARK HILL PLC: Clark Hill Named to BTI Consulting Group's 2019 Most Feared in Litigation Honor Roll
BTI Consulting Group has named Clark Hill to its 2019 Most Feared in Litigation Honor Roll.
CLARK HILL PLC: Clark Hill Adds Banking & Financial Services Lawyer Nancy Schimmel as a Member in Chicago Office
Clark Hill PLC announced that Nancy Schimmel has joined the firm as a Member in the firm’s Banking & Financial Services Business Unit based in the Chicago office, where she will focus on advising financial institutions and other entities on securitization and structured finance transactions, as well as representing both lenders and borrowers in traditional bank and asset based finance and secured and unsecured bank debt.
CLARK HILL PLC: Clark Hill’s Ray J. Koenig III featured in ACTEC’s Podcast, “Litigation Issues Involving Children in Estate Planning”
Ray J. Koenig III co-hosted the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel’s (ACTEC) Trust and Estate Talk podcast, “Litigation Issues Involving Children in Estate Planning” with Robert Sacks.
CLARK HILL PLC: Clark Hill Attorney Frances A. Rosinski Presented at the National Organization of Bar Counsel’s Annual Meeting in Chicago
Frances A. Rosinski, Senior Counsel in Clark Hill’s Litigation Business Unit, participated in a mock disciplinary trial at the National Organization of Bar Counsel’s annual meeting in Chicago on August 4, 2018.
Employees who keep in touch with their former co-workers on social media may want to review copies of their employment contracts to make sure they don't risk getting sued for violating a "non-compete" clause, even if they never directly seek to poach talent to join them in their new venture or come to work for their new employer.
A Delaware-based corporation is suing Patten Power Systems for alleged breach of contract.
Illinois' bailout bill for two Exelon power plants unique, unprecedented, needed more review, attorney says
In early December, Democrats and Republicans in Springfield, including Gov. Bruce Rauner, agreed on an energy bailout bill in the Legislature to keep two Exelon nuclear generator plants operating at a cost of as much as $4.54 per month per Illinois ratepayer. But a Chicago lawyer who has advised industrial businesses and governments on energy-related issues for more than two decades said the 503-page bailout bill, which rewrote major provisions of both the Illinois Public Utilities Act and the Illinois Power Agency Act, should have received a more thorough review before becoming law.
New Americans with Disabilities Act regulations specific to websites aren't expected until 2018, but even small companies, including real estate agencies and brokerages, with a minor online presence have been hit with threats of possible lawsuits from plaintiffs' lawyers representing those with disabilities, two Chicago attorneys said.