Four Chicago offices show their blueprints for keeping Illinois’ big-time M&A business away from East Coast competitors.
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Zurich North America general counsel doubles as point man for construction of $400 million headquarters.
How Kirkland dealt itself into the upper ranks of New York M&A firms: Branding, paychecks and patience.
SABMiller. Time Warner Cable. Kraft Foods. Rite Aid. Anyone who pays attention to financial headlines knows those are just some of the big-name brands taken over by competitors in 2015. Deals last year were on pace to break the 2007 record of $4 trillion when Chicago Lawyer went to press.
Once the site of famous trials like Leopold and Loeb and the Black Sox scandal, Bartlit Beck blends a historic courthouse with a high-tech collaborative workspace.
Swami is a refugee from Bhutan who has asylum in the United States. He lives in Chicago with his wife, parents and three siblings and supports them by working as a housekeeper in a Loop hotel. Fluent in Nepalese, he struggles with English.
With the start of 2016, several new rules are in effect in our Illinois Supreme and Appellate Courts. These include an increase from 14 to 30 days for filing an application for leave to appeal a certified question to the appellate court under Illinois Supreme Court Rule 308 and new language in Rule 324, making it easier to add material to the record on appeal.
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