Chicago's tech push creates ripples for in-house counsel

In 1909 , Daniel Burnham's Chicago Plan unleashed an ambitious vision to create the prototype of a great American city. The plan aimed to clear the lakefront for public use, cure sanitation problems and improve commuting by road and rail. These were big changes from how Chicagoans viewed their city, which author Carl Smith called "provisional and rough-edged" around the turn of the century. …

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