Schiff Hardin LLP Chicago, Illinois Office Profile
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About this office:
From its very inception, Schiff Hardin's focus has been on counseling and growing with business and corporate clients. We began counseling many of our current banking and industrial clients in the 1870s and 1880s. It is this dedication to our clients coupled with our understanding of the law that allows us to build the lasting client relationships that we are known for.
Throughout the last half-century, Schiff Hardin has helped shape the basic rules of law in a number of United States Supreme Court and Circuit Courts of Appeals cases, including landmark decisions in the fields of utility rate jurisdiction, antitrust, state taxation, finance, and the obligations of former employees to their former employers. Today, litigation - including a particular emphasis on complex, toxic tort, insurance class actions, and reinsurance disputes - is our largest practice group.
Our law firm has changed and grown a lot in the past 144 years. We now have attorneys in offices located in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Lake Forest, New York, San Francisco, and Washington. One thing remains unchanged - our commitment to our clients
General Commercial Litigation and Administrative Proceedings; Antitrust Litigation; Construction Litigation; Corporate and Securities Litigation; Franchise and Dealer Relations Litigation; Securities Litigation; Product Liability; White Collar and Corporate Compliance; Insurance and Reinsurance Litigation; Tax Litigation; Trust and Fiduciary Litigation; Intellectual Property Litigation; Patent Prosecution; Trademark Registration; Trademarks and Trade Dress; Copyrights; Trade Secrets; E-Commerce; Computers and Software; General Corporate and Securities; Mergers and Acquisitions; Securities and Futures Market Regulation; Financial Institutions; Public and Private Corporate Financings; Public Law and Finance; Municipal Bonds and Tax-Exempt Securities; Bankruptcy, Workouts, and Creditors' Rights; Commercial Transactions; International; Public Utilities and Energy; Telecommunications; Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation; Labor and Employment; Taxation; Construction; Environmental; Real Estate; Affordable Housing and Community Development; Zoning and Land Use; Government Contracts; Estate Planning and Administration; Sports, Theater, and Entertainment.
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