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Freeborn & Peters LLP is pleased to announce that Midwest Real Estate News has named Freeborn among the top regional law firms for real estate in 2018.
By Philip Comella, Ryan Rudich, Terrence J. Sheahan
Freeborn & Peters LLP is pleased to announce that it has secured a favorable jury verdict for a landfill in Zion, Ill., in a contentious and protracted dispute brought on behalf of 50 households surrounding the landfill.
By Freeborn & Peters LLP
Congratulations to the Illinois Governor's Mansion Association on the completion of the renovation of the Illinois Governor's Mansion in Springfield.
By Shelly A. DeRousse
On July 9, the Seventh Circuit ruled that the IDOR cannot collect delinquent retail and sales taxes from the proceeds of bankruptcy sales of several businesses because the IDOR did not present evidence of how much...
By Robert A. Stines
Electronic communications are ubiquitous in modern society. Companies now rely on the internet, email, text messages, social media and artificial intelligence chatbots to compete.
By Jeffrey J. Catalano, Tae Y. Kim
This Client Alert addresses the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in WesternGeco LLC v. ION Geophysical Corp., which found that it was not an impermissible extraterritorial application of U.S. law to award damages ...
By Jeffrey A. Rossman
This is a significant decision which will likely open the door for states to tax online retailers who have no physical presence in the state.
By David S. Becker, Todd J. Ohlms, Anthony J. Zeoli
Freeborn & Peters LLP is pleased to announce its first Emerging Technologies Symposium will be held July 11 in the mezzanine conference space at the firm's Chicago office at 311 South Wacker Drive.
By James J. Boland
On June 11, 2018, the United States Supreme Court held that the rule that tolls the statute of limitations for the claims of individual class members when a class action is filed applies only to class members' individual claims, not to successive class actions.
By Mariana D. Molina, Chad J. Richman
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act enacted on December 22, 2017 unveiled new tax incentives designed to encourage long-term private investment in certain designated areas throughout the United States.
By Sean T. Keely
In his recent commentary article for the UK trade magazine Insurance Insider, Freeborn Litigation Practice Group and Insurance and Reinsurance Industry Team member Sean Patrick Keely...
By Patrick Frye
In his recent commentary article about an insurance case appeal before the Illinois Supreme Court, Freeborn Litigation Practice Group and Insurance and Reinsurance Industry Team member Patrick Frye...
By Lawrence P. Ingram, Jason P. Stearns, Sarah E. Chibani
President Donald Trump has declared the opioid crisis a public health emergency.1 Cities and municipalities across the country have reacted to the crisis ...
By Jeffrey J. Catalano, Marina Saito
This is a significant decision which will make forum shopping more difficult, particularly in cases in which the defendant lacks a physical presence within the district.
By Ann Zwick
With EPA's e-Manifest set to officially launch on June 30, 2018, companies need to begin preparing to register for the system.