Search Insights


20 Insights found for White, Thomas P
News Release

91 Schiff Hardin Lawyers Named to 2016 Illinois, Michigan Leading Lawyers Network

The list is comprised of those attorneys who are most recommended as top lawyers among their peers.


New Chicago Restaurant Opens to Rave Reviews

Schiff Hardin’s Bill Franzen had worked with Meg Sahs for years, advising her on estate and tax planning matters. Then Meg reached out to Bill for help on a new type of project: she was launching a new restaurant with business partner and celebrity chef Sarah Grueneberg.

News Release

Schiff Hardin Advises Client in Global M&A Network’s “U.S.A. ESOP Deal of the Year”

Schiff Hardin is pleased to have been counsel to E&M Ice Cream in a transaction that was recently awarded the “U.S.A. ESOP Deal of the Year” at the 2016 Americas M&A Atlas Awards by Global M&A Network.

News Release

99 Schiff Hardin Attorneys Named to 2017 Leading Lawyers List

Ninety-nine Schiff Hardin lawyers have been named to the 2017 Leading Lawyers list for Illinois and Michigan.

News Release

95 Schiff Hardin Lawyers Named to 2018 Leading Lawyers Lists

Ninety-six Schiff Hardin lawyers have been named to the 2018 Leading Lawyers lists for Illinois and Michigan.

News Release

2019 Leading Lawyers Lists Recognize 95 Schiff Attorneys

Schiff Hardin LLP is pleased to have 95 attorneys named to the 2019 Leading Lawyers list.

News Release

Nathan Honored as Nomi Champion for Legal Contributions to Prevent Human Trafficking

Partner Harold Nathan was recognized as a Nomi Network Champion for his work supporting Nomi’s programs to create economic opportunities for survivors and women at risk of human trafficking in Cambodia and India.

Trending Legal Issue

Federal Circuit Rules The Lanham Act’s Disparagement Bar Unconstitutional, Creating A Circuit Split

The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit reversed over 30 years of precedent as it held unconstitutional the Section 2(a) disparagement bar of the Lanham Act on December 22, 2015.


SCOTUS Decision Reaffirms Free Speech in Disparaging Trademarks

The U.S. Supreme Court’s Lee v. Tam decision struck down a provision of the federal trademark law.