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Chicago, IL 60606

P: 312-425-3900
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70 West Madison, Suite 3500
Chicago, IL 60602

P: 312-977-4400
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Richard Gibson, Office Administration
S. Riverside Plaza

rcgibson@nixonpeabody.com
Phone: 202-585-8171

Linda Clardy, Office Administration
West Madison

lbclardy@nixonpeabody.com
Phone: 312-977-4476

 

CHICAGO

Our two offices in Chicago provide a full range of services for clients in the Midwest such as Corporate, Health Care, Real Estate, Litigation, Public Finance, Intellectual Property and Government Relations. We have more than 120 attorneys in Chicago, which ranks Nixon Peabody among the largest international firms with resources on the ground there.

We offer a platform attractive to companies seeking nimble, entrepreneurial lawyers immersed in the health care, real estate, private equity, public finance, energy, life sciences and financial services industries.

Our Chicago team members are embedded in their communities and participate in numerous charitable and professional organizations in the area.

Media Clips

  • Should Workers Get Overtime for Answering Emails After Hours?
    Chicago Tribune | July 17, 2015
    Chicago Commercial Litigation associate Laura Bacon provides third-party commentary on increasing litigation risks and greater need for employers to establish clear policies surrounding work-related communication by employees.
  • Il sindaco torri: mercoledi' diamo la cittadinanza a Charles Bernardini
    Il Resto del Carlino (Bologna, Italy) | July 16, 2015
    This coverage notes that Chicago partner Chuck Bernardini will be given honorary citizenship at a ceremony on July 22 in Lizzano in Belvedere, Italy. Lizzano is part of the Province of Bologna. The ceremony is part of a 3-day business conference.
  • Labor Daze: Court dismisses airline-union squabble
    Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | July 9, 2015
    Chicago Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert authored this column discussing a federal judge’s decision dismissing a lawsuit after deeming the matter to be a “minor dispute” under the Railway Labor Act and therefore resolvable only by the parties’ collective bargaining agreement’s grievance procedure. Click here to read the full article.
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  • Ask the legal expert...
    McKnight's | July 6, 2015
    In this Q&A column, Chicago Health Care partner John Durso discusses Medicaid reimbursements.
  • Voluntary Disclosure on Direct Loans Seen as Falling Short
    The Bond Buyer | July 1, 2015
    Chicago Public Finance partner Julie Seymour is quoted in this article about how disclosure remains a grey area in the growing direct placement market.
  • Immigration Program Has Bright Outlook
    Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | July 1, 2015
    Chicago Real Estate associates Greg Jeffers and Greg Linde coauthored this article discussing efforts to attract foreign capital investment into domestic projects through an employment-based preference visa issuance category. Click here to read the full article.
  • Attorneys Rally Around High Court's Gay Marriage Decision
    Law360 | June 26, 2015
    Chicago Labor & Employment partner Yelena Gray and Providence Labor & Employment partner Andrew Prescott are quoted in this article on the impact of the Supreme Court’s recent decision regarding marriage equality.
  • 100 Years Late, the Jury Convenes in Eastland Disaster
    Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | June 19, 2015
    For the 100th anniversary of the S.S. Eastland marine disaster, Chicago partner Frank Saibert was involved in the mock trial held. This event was held for “The Great Chicago Trial that Never Was” back in 1915.
  • 3 Reasons Your Firm Should Set Up Shop in Chicago
    Law360 | June 18, 2015
    Chicago office managing partner Tom Fahey is quoted in this article on the state of Chicago’s legal market and why Big Law is feeling the city's pull.
  • Merger Mania in Chicago
    American Lawyer | June 18, 2015
    Managing Partner & CEO Andrew Glincher discusses law firm merger activity centered on Chicago.
  • Split NLRB Backs ‘Inherently Concerted' Acts
    Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | June 8, 2015
    Chicago Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert authored discussing the National Labor Relations Board’s actions around the “protected concerted activity” doctrine.
  • Ask the Legal Expert…About Surveyor Citations
    McKnight's Long-Term Care News | June 5, 2015
    Chicago Health Care partner John Durso discusses the potential negative impacts surrounding dispute surveyor citations.
  • Meticulous Documentation Can Save Money and Headaches
    Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | May 21, 2015
    Chicago Global Finance partner Dan Strzalka and associate Josh Scarborough coauthored this column on the importance of proper documentation in business agreements.
  • Lawyers Weigh in on High Court ERISA Ruling
    Law360 | May 18, 2015
    Chicago Labor & Employment counsel Catherine Gonzalez is quoted in this article discussing the significance of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Tibble v. Edison International.
  • Virginia Mason Joins Widow in Suing Devicemaker Over Contaminated Scopes
    Modern Healthcare | May 18, 2015
    Chicago Health Care partner Lynn Gordon provides third-party commentary on the rarity of a health care provider aligning with a patient in a lawsuit against a device manufacturer.
  • Justices Give Trial Courts Bigger Say in EEOC Complaints
    Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | May 18, 2015
    Chicago Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert authored this column on the unanimous United States Supreme Court ruling authorizing federal courts to determine whether the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission satisfied its statutory mandate to attempt conciliation or settlement of discrimination claims prior to suing employers for discrimination.
  • DuPage County in 60 Seconds
    Daily Herald | May 12, 2015
    Chicago Commercial Litigation partner John Ruskusky is named as a board member in this article highlighting the newest additions to the DuPage Children Museum’s board of directors.
  • Will Your Zero-Tolerance Policy Go Up in Smoke?
    Chicago Bar Association (CBA) Record | May 1, 2015
    Chicago commercial litigation partner Maura Neville co-authored this column discussing the impact of Illinois’ medical marijuana law on employers and their existing programs.
  • Lawyers' Forum: Midwest Boosts Renewable Energy Tech
    Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | April 28, 2015
    Chicago Madison Public Company Transactions partner Dave Brown authored this column discussing renewable energy technologies which have reshaped the Midwestern energy market in recent years. Click here to read the full article.
  • Appraisal Rights Waivers after Halpin V. Riverstone
    Law360 | April 16, 2015
    Chicago Madison M&A and Corporate Transactions partner Brian Krob and Chicago Madison M&A and Corporate Transactions associate Kim Rovtar coauthored this article discussing Halpin v. Riverstone National, Inc.—a case questioning the effectiveness of waive appraisal rights.
  • Labor Daze: U.S. Supreme Court Finds Middle Group in Pregnancy Bias Case
    Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | April 15, 2015
    Chicago Madison Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert authored this article discussing the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling pertaining to the federal Pregnancy Discrimination Act.
  • Helping Women Cash in on the Pot Biz
    Crain's Chicago Business | March 31, 2015
    Chicago Madison partner Donna More, who focuses her practice on advising clients in highly regulated industries, is quoted in this article discussing an Illinois-based trade association’s efforts to ensure women’s involvement in the medical marijuana industry.
  • Let the Sun Shine In 
    Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | March 25, 2015
    Chicago Madison Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partners Jeff Rambach and Andrew Tripp authored this column discussing the use of federal tax credits to finance solar energy facilities.
  • New NLRB Union Election Rules Loom
    Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | March 18, 2015
    Chicago Madison Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert authored this column discussing the National Labor Relations Board’s new election rules that will make it easier for unions to organize new members.
  • Providers Seek Answers to Wide-Ranging Legal Concerns
    McKnight's Long Term Care News | March 16, 2015
    Chicago Madison Health Care partner John Durso is quoted in this article on varying legal concerns facing health care providers discussed at the recent Leading Age PEAK conference, a major event for nonprofit executives in aging services.
  • Nautilus Standard Used by CAFC to Overturn Pre-Nautilus Patent Indefiniteness Judgment
    BNA's Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal | March 11, 2015
    Silicon Valley IP Litigation partner Shawn Hansen and Chicago IP Counseling & Transactions partner Paul Kitch discuss the Federal Circuit’s precedential opinion reversing a district court's judgment of patent claim invalidity for indefiniteness since the Supreme Court's Nautilus decision.
  • Experts discuss raising capital through crowdfunding
    Chicago Daily Herald | March 2, 2015
    Chicago Madison Public Company Transactions partner David Brown is featured in this article discussing crowdfunding in commercial real estate.
  • Seventh Circuit Approves Trial, Sending Message on Retaliation Allegations
    Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | February 12, 2015
    Chicago Madison Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert authored this column discussing a U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling in an employee retaliation trial.
  • Bill Would Let Truck Stops and Bars Install Video Gambling
    Indiana Public Media | February 12, 2015
    Chicago Madison M&A and Corporate Transactions partner Donna More discusses a bill that would allow truck stops and bars to install low-stakes video gambling terminals.
  • In an Ocean of Cynicism, Sturdy Faith
    New York Times | February 6, 2015
    Charles Bernardini is featured within Believer: My Forty Years in Politics, by David Axelrod. Charles is highlighted as David's first winning candidate (Cook County Board in 1986) when he began his political consulting career.
  • The Living-the-Dream Team
    Chicago Lawyer | February 1, 2015
    This article profiles lawyers who working with clients throughout the sports world including Chicago Madison partner Steve Thompson.
  • Nixon Peabody Managing Partner Andrew Glincher Discusses His Firm's Pursuit of Merger Partner Ungaretti & Harris LLP
    Boston Business Journal | January 29, 2015
    This Q&A is conducted with CEO & Managing Partner Andrew Glincher following the firm's announcement of the merger with Chicago's Ungaretti & Harris.
  • Nixon Peabody Cements Chicago Footing With New Union
    The Bond Buyer | January 28, 2015
    This feature story highlights the combination of Nixon Peabody and Ungaretti & Harris.
  • Nixon Peabody to Merge With Smaller Chicago Firm
    Wall Street Journal Law Blog | January 26, 2015
    CEO and managing partner Andrew Glincher talks about the firm’s combination with Chicago’s Ungaretti & Harris.
  • Nixon Peabody Joins Chicago Big Leagues With Ungaretti Deal
    Law360 | January 26, 2015
    Nixon Peabody’s combination with Chicago’s Ungaretti & Harris is featured in this article.
  • Lawyers Weigh in on High Court Claim Construction Ruling
    Law360 | January 20, 2015
    Silicon Valley IP Litigation partner Shawn Hansen and Chicago IP Counseling & Transactions partner Paul Kitch discuss the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to cast aside the Federal Circuit's long-standing rule that all district court claim construction rulings must be reviewed anew on appeal.
  • Edwards Wildman's Tech Cochair Departs, Plus More Lateral Moves
    American Lawyer | October 18, 2014
    This coverage highlights the arrival of Chicago Commercial Litigation partner Bill Meyer and Chicago M&A and Corporate Transactions partner Randy Perkins.
  • Business of Law
    Bloomberg News | October 17, 2014
    This coverage highlights the arrival of Chicago Commercial Litigation partner Bill Meyer and Chicago M&A and Corporate Transactions partner Randy Perkins.
  • Nixon Peabody Beefs Up Chicago Office with Ex-Schiff Attys
    Law360 | October 15, 2014
    This coverage highlights the arrival of Chicago Commercial Litigation partner Bill Meyer and Chicago M&A and Corporate Transactions partner Randy Perkins.
  • Courts Line Up Behind 3rd Circ.'s Ascertainability Logic
    Law360 | July 25, 2014
    Buffalo Commercial Litigation associate Tracey Ehlers, Buffalo Commercial Litigation partner Viv Quinn, and Chicago IP Counseling & Transactions partner Janet Garetto discuss federal courts’ increased attention to the ascertainability of class members especially in the food and beverage industries where consumers do not typically retain receipts.
  • High Court Nixes ‘Amenable to Construction,' ‘Insolubly Ambiguous' Indefiniteness Rules
    Bloomberg BNA | June 3, 2014
    Chicago IP Counseling & Transactions partner Paul Kitch and Silicon Valley IP litigation partner Shawn Hansen provide commentary on the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Nautilus Inc. v. Biosig Instruments Inc.
  • Lawyers Weigh In On High Court's Induced Infringement Ruling
    Law360 | June 2, 2014
    Chicago IP Counseling & Transactions partner Paul Kitch and Silicon Valley IP Litigation partner Shawn Hansen provide commentary on the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Limelight Networks Inc. v. Akamai Technologies Inc.
  • In the News
    Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | May 21, 2014
    This coverage notes that Chicago IP Counseling & Transactions partner Sorin Cimpoes has been named to the board of managers of the Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago.
  • Power Lunches
    Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | April 28, 2014
    This feature story profiles a group of Chicago’s female managing partners, including Chicago office managing partner Janet Garetto.
  • In the News
    Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | February 10, 2014
    This news brief notes that Chicago Patents attorney Sorin Cimpoes has been elected to the firm’s partnership.
  • Strong Software Patents Crucial, Michel Tells Justices
    Law360 | January 28, 2014
    Chicago Intellectual Property Litigation partner Mark Halligan is noted in this article for his representation of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property who recently filed an amicus brief with the Supreme Court urging that any ruling that weakens software patents "would be a step backward for the United States."
  • Lawyers' New Practice Invites Second-Guessing
    Crain's Chicago Business | November 15, 2013
    Products: Class Action, Trade & Industry Representation practice group leader and leader of the firm’s NP Trial® team Joe Ortego discusses the firm’s Second Opinion service.
  • Patent Law Committee Taps Nixon Peabody's Paul Kitch as Vice-Chair
    Intellectual Property Today | October 28, 2013
    This article notes that Chicago Patents partner Paul Kitch has been named vice chair of the American Intellectual Property Law Association’s Patent Law Committee.
  • Big Law Social Media Success Strategies
    The American Lawyer | October 1, 2013
    Chicago Intellectual Property Litigation partner Mark Halligan’s use of Twitter is highlighted in this feature story.
  • Protecting U.S. Trade Secret Assets in the 21st Century
    Landslide | September 1, 2013
    Chicago Intellectual Property Litigation partner Mark Halligan wrote this article discussing the need for U.S. companies and the intellectual property bar to place more importance on trade secret asset protection.
  • Patent Troll Lawsuits Rare In Device Industry, But May Increase, Attorneys Say
    The Gray Sheet | June 24, 2013

    Chicago partner and leader of the firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation practice Russ Genet discusses the trend of lawsuits from firms that buy up device patents purely to pursue litigation becoming more commonplace.

  • EXTRA! EXTRA! En Banc Federal Circuit Overrules Its Precedent on Induced Infringement
    IP Today | October 16, 2012

    Authored by Chicago intellectual property partner Paul Kitch and Chicago intellectual property litigation associate Jason Kunze, this article discusses the law concerning induced infringement of patented methods. Click here to download the article.

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