Our office in Chicago provides 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.
Effective October 19, 2015, our lawyers and staff located in our former 300 S. Riverside Plaza location in Chicago were integrated into our 70 W. Madison office. If you have any questions, please contact Linda Clardy.
- Hillary e Trump: gli scenari dell'ultima partita
La Gazzetta Di Parma | November 7, 2016
This Italian publication quotes Chicago M&A and corporate transactions partner Chuck Bernardini discussing the U.S. Presidential race. Chuck discusses the closing efforts of the candidates in terms of getting voters to the polls and how that differs from Italy where everyone is registered automatically. The article refers to Chuck’s family roots in Emilia-Romagna and our firm’s Chicago office.
- Providers face uphill climb after 2016 election, experts say
McKnight's Long-Term Care News | November 1, 2016
This article focuses on the outcome of the U.S. election may affect long-term care providers. Chicago health care partner John Durso is quoted in this piece discussing how doctors and hospitals are focused on accountable care organizations to reduce per capita costs.
- When employers are liable for nonemployee conduct
Law360 | November 1, 2016
Chicago Commercial Litigation associate Laura Bacon and Chicago Labor & Employment associate Brittany Bogaerts co-authored this column about how the conduct of nonemployees in the work place could present employers with potential liability.