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Schiff Hardin Continues Growth of National Restructuring Practice With Return of Rick Frimmer

We announced today that Rick Frimmer has returned as counsel in the firm’s Restructuring Practice. Rick provides strategic financial and legal counsel in restructurings of municipal debt and corporate debt and equity.

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Schiff Pro Bono Win Secured Secular Marriage Celebrants in Michigan

Schiff successfully secured the rights of secular celebrants to officiate and solemnize marriages in the state of Michigan.

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Schiff Named Cybersecurity Standout by BTI

Schiff Hardin announced today the firm has been ranked as a Cybersecurity Standout in Litigation and as a Distinguished Cybersecurity Firm in Strategy & Counseling in BTI Consulting’s BTI Cybersecurity & Data Privacy 2020 report.

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Roberts Named a Trailblazer in Real Estate/Construction Law

Construction Law Group Leader Kenneth Roberts has been named a “Real Estate/Construction Law Trailblazer” for 2020 by the National Law Journal, recognizing Ken’s unparalleled reputation in the industry.

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Novak Featured on Issues Facing Women in the Legal Profession

In celebration of Women’s History Month, The Chicago Bar Association interviewed several all-stars from the Working Women’s Legal Summit about the issues facing women in the legal profession today and some secrets to their success.

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Schiff Hardin Expands International Practice With Addition of Corporate and Litigation Partner Duo

Schiff Hardin LLP today announced the addition of two partners in its New York and San Francisco offices, who together will significantly expand the firm’s international practice.

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Schiff Partner Quoted in U.S Department of Justice Memorandum on SEPs Policy Change

Partner Francis Lyons, a former Department of Justice (DOJ) environmental enforcement attorney and former U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regional administrator, was quoted in the U.S. Department of Justice’s memorandum changing a nearly 30-year policy on the use of supplemental environmental projects (SEPs) as an option in enforcement settlements for environmental violations involving state and local governments.

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Schiff Hardin Moves to Remote Work Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

Given the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic, Schiff Hardin announced today that the majority of its lawyers and staff will begin working remotely starting Monday, March 16, until at least March 27, at which time the firm will reassess the situation.

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Schiff Hardin Adds Christopher Roman in Chicago to Growing Trusts and Estates Practice

Schiff Hardin LLP today announced that Christopher Roman has joined the firm’s Private Clients, Trusts and Estates practice group as counsel in the Chicago office.