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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.

HIPAA spotlight: key stats from a banner year

Law360 | January 17, 2017

This article recaps HIPAA stats and highlights from the past year. Chicago health care partner Valerie Montague is quoted throughout discussing privacy breaches and how health care organizations react.

Two-fisted union boycott campaign finds clear labor act violations

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | January 11, 2017

Chicago labor and employment partner Frank Saibert authored this column about a lawsuit resulting from a labor union’s boycott against a hotel and casino in Chicago.

Illinois hospitals warily watching politics court rulings in 2017

Chicago Tribune | December 27, 2016

This story previews what health care industry changes we may see in 2017.  Chicago partner and health care practice chair Lynn Gordon provides third-party commentary regarding the issues hospital systems face and the impact of potential changes to Obamacare in a Trump administration.

NLRB 1964 Civil Rights Act bump heads

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | December 15, 2016

Chicago labor and employment partner Frank Saibert authored this column that discusses an ongoing litigation between Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. and the National Labor Relations Board. The dispute is over whether Cooper violated the National Labor Relations Act by firing an employee who yelled racist comments at a temporary worker who crossed the union’s picket line during a lockout.

Chicago firms, legal field rank high in LGBT study

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | December 09, 2016

Manager of diversity & inclusion Rekha Chiruvolu is quoted in this article which mentions Nixon Peabody’s 11th consecutive year of receiving a perfect rating in the Human Rights Campaign’s 15th annual Corporate Equality Index.

ITA Spotlight: Russ Genet

illinoistech.org | December 05, 2016

Russ Genet was featured in a Q&A discussing the firm's IP practice nationally and in the Chicagoland region.

7th Circuit reverses worker’s jury verdict

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | November 10, 2016

Chicago Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert authored this “Labor Daze” column about the 7th Circuit reversing a ruling in a recent lawsuit in federal court involving a railway worker who claimed that his firing was a violation of the Federal Railroad Safety Act.

Hillary e Trump: gli scenari dell’ultima partita

La Gazzetta Di Parma | November 07, 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 01, 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 01, 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.

NCAA accuses Louisville, Pitino of violations in escort case

USA Today | October 21, 2016

Chicago Commercial Litigation partner Steve Thompson was mentioned in dozens of articles following the announcement about the NCAA’s notice of allegations regarding violations in the University of Louisville’s Men’s Basketball Program.  Steve, who represents the university, participated in a press conference about this news.

Even non-violent labor act crosses line

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | October 11, 2016

Chicago Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert authored this column that focuses on strikers and exceptions to protections under the National Labor Relations Act when they engage in misconduct.

Vendere impianti, attrezzature e macchinari in USA... come minimizzare, l’esposizione alle passività fiscali, le vendite

Fiscalità e Commercio Internazionale | October 01, 2016

Article by Charles Bernardini and Frank Emmons on sales tax and use tax issues facing foreign companies selling and installing manufacturing equipment in the United States.

Stati Uniti porte aperte alla qualita

Gazzetta di Parma | September 22, 2016

This article summarizes a seminar in Parma on exporting food products to the USA at which Charles Bernardini spoke.

Evidentiary Standards for Bias Cases Get Put Through New Prism

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | September 07, 2016

Chicago Labor & Employment partner Frank Seibert authored this column discussing a blockbuster decision by the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit overruling two long-standing lines of its own precedent to clarify the evidentiary standards to be used in discrimination cases.

Export Agroalimentare Negli USA

Gazzetta di Parma | September 06, 2016

Partner Charles Bernardini is included in this article on a discussion of exporting food and beverage products to the United States.

NLRB Overlooks Manual, Favors Union

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | August 16, 2016

Chicago labor and employment partner Frank Saibert authored this “Labor Daze” column about the National Labor Relations Board handling of the United Government Security Officers of America, Local 365, recent election. Click here to read the full article.

Materiality Matters: The First Post-Escobar Decisions

Law360 | July 19, 2016

Chicago partner John Ruskusky and Washington, DC, associate Emily Harlan co-authored this column regarding expected changes for False Claims Act cases and investigations in the aftermath of the decision in Universal Health Services Inc. v. United States ex rel. Escobar.

Bad Faith Labor Dealings Prove Costly

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | July 19, 2016

Chicago Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert authored this column that discusses how bargaining in demonstrably bad faith during can be costly to employers.

Ask the Legal Expert about...

McKnight's Long Term Care News | July 01, 2016

Chicago health care partner John Durso addresses what points should be considered when a facility starts contracting talks with an accountable care organization or other group arrangement.

Cash Balance Plans Face an Amendment Deadline

Confero | June 01, 2016

Chicago Labor & Employment partner Yelena Gray authored this column discussing the upcoming compliance deadline for cash balance plan sponsors.

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McKnight's Long Term Care News | June 01, 2016

Chicago health care partner John Durso answers questions about if organizations can factor in a credit report check on a potential director of nursing into the hiring process.

Trial Pros: Nixon Peabody's Michael Philippi

Law360 | May 31, 2016

Chicago commercial litigation partner Mike Philippi is featured as the latest “Trial Pro” in this Law360 Q&A series.

Career Tracker: Lawyers on the move

Reuters Legal | May 17, 2016

The arrival of Chicago private clients partner Michelle Canerday is highlighted.

Boys' club claim too far a discovery reach

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | May 16, 2016

Chicago Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert authored this column on an employment discrimination lawsuit filed by a veteran female police officer against her employer—one of the larger counties in Illinois.

5 Surprising Things You Should Know About Generation Z

Inc. Magazine | May 13, 2016

Labor & Employment practice group co-leader Stacie Collier and Chicago associate Laura Bacon provide commentary throughout this piece discussing how Generation Z is impacting business.

4 Employer Lessons from Handbook Rules Axed by NLRB

Law360 | May 05, 2016

Chicago Labor & Employment partner Brian Alcala provides third-party commentary in this feature story that looks at lessons learned from the National Labor Relations Board’s heightened scrutiny of employee handbooks.

Several Forces Come Together to Drive Antitrust Work, Here and Abroad

Of Counsel: The Legal Practice and Management Report | May 01, 2016

Chicago partner Lisa Sullivan is quoted in this article about several factors fueling increased antitrust work for attorneys.

Ask the Legal Expert about...

McKnight's Long Term Care News | May 01, 2016

Chicago health care partner John Durso addresses questions facilities should keep in mind when dealing with a transitioning employee.

6 Ways to Be a Go-To Firm for HIPAA Compliance

Law360 | April 29, 2016

Chicago health care partner Valerie Breslin Montague is included in this piece that looks at how attorneys are dealing with increasing Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) penalties and audits.

No fault found for employer of new mom

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | April 13, 2016

Chicago Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert authored this piece that discusses a case centered upon alleged violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act and the new Illinois Nursing Mothers in the Workplace Act by an employer.

Louisville imposes more sanctions on basketball team in wake of escort scandal

Yahoo! Sports | April 06, 2016

This article notes additional sanctions that the University of Louisville plans to impose on the men’s basketball program in the continued fallout of a scandal involving players. Chicago partner Steve Thompson, the University’s outside legal counsel advising on this matter, is quoted.

Ask the Legal Expert about...

McKnight's Long Term Care News | April 01, 2016

Chicago health care partner John Durso discusses issues surrounding competitors using similar marketing slogans and copying other sales ideas.

Gold Coast Development Scaled Way Down After Major Legal Battle with City

DNAinfo: Chicago | March 28, 2016

Chicago partner Chuck Bernardini is quoted in this feature article discussing the issue of zoning and development in Chicago.

OCR now focusing on business associate agreements

Health Data Management | March 22, 2016

Albany health care partner Laurie Cohen and Chicago health care partner Valerie Breslin Montague are quoted throughout this feature article discussing the HHS Office for Civil Rights’ increased efforts sanctioning healthcare covered entities with corrective action plans and financial fines for major violations of the HIPAA privacy and security rules.

Cybersecurity Best Practices for Senior Bank Management

Bloomberg BNA Banking Report | March 21, 2016

Chicago partner Susan Feibus authored this column about important considerations for financial institutions to take in terms of policies and procedures that address the cyber threat environment and resilience to cyber attacks.

Court finds one bias type but not another

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | March 14, 2016

Chicago Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert authored this column about Cage v. City of Chicago which focuses on issues of age, gender and race discrimination and unlawful retaliation between employer and employee. Click here to read the full article.

Maria Sharapova: Star's confession 'could reduce punishment'

CNN | March 11, 2016

Chicago partner Steve Thompson provides third-party commentary in this feature article on what’s next following Maria Sharapova’s recent admission to a failed drug test.

Preparing for HIPAA Compliance Audits: An Interview with Valerie Breslin Montague

Fertility Bridge | March 09, 2016

Chicago Health Care partner Valerie Breslin Montague is featured in this Q&A discussing Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) as it relates to digital media.

Stark Realities Continue

Quick Read | March 09, 2016

Chicago Health Care partner Lynn Gordon authored this article on Stark law governing physician referrals and payments for those practices.

Contenzioso commerciale negli Stati Uniti d'America – Italia. Rifiuto di testimoniare

Il Bollettino dell'Associazione Internazionale Giuristi di Lingua Italiana | March 01, 2016

Partners Charles Bernardini and Kevin Shea co-authored this article discussing the refusal to testify by an Italian witness in U.S.-Italian cross-border commercial litigation. Click here to read the full article.

What's really going down with the CTA's big rail car deal

Crain's Chicago Business | February 22, 2016

Former Chicago alderman and Chicago partner Charles Bernardini is included in this column as representing Bombardier of Canada in a Chicago Transit Authority bid for 846 new rail cars.

Is the office losing its allure for finding love?

Chicago Tribune | February 11, 2016

Chicago Labor & Employment partner Brian Alcala provides third-party commentary in this article about office romances and what employers need to know.

Apple's Aggressive Stance at PTAB is Paying Off

Law360 | February 11, 2016

Chicago IP Counseling & Transactions partner Paul Kitch is quoted in this piece that discusses Apple’s strategy behind its America Invents Act review petitions at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board and how this gives the company greater leverage in patent infringement fights.

Court won't dismiss customer harassment case

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | February 09, 2016

Chicago Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert authored this column discussing gender-based harassment claims by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against a large warehouse club on behalf of former Costco employee.

Interview with…

Life After Loyola | February 01, 2016

In this podcast series, Chicago Health Care associate April Schweitzer, a graduate of Loyola University Chicago School of Law, discusses her practice and advice for law students interested in health law.

The FDA's Priority List For 2016

Law360 | January 29, 2016

Chicago Health Care associates Erica Cribbs, Gretchen Harper and April Schweitzer co-authored this column discussing the Food and Drug Administration’s priorities for the year.

A night in Chicago with Walgreens CEO Stefano Pessina

Crain's Chicago Business | January 26, 2016

Chicago partner Charles Bernardini is quoted in this article highlighting the recent Italian American Chamber of Commerce Midwest event honoring Stefano Pessina, executive vice chairman and CEO of Walgreen Boots Alliance.

Gov. Christie rejects N.J. hospital tax-exemption bill

Modern Healthcare | January 20, 2016

This article discusses a New Jersey bill mandating not-for-profit hospitals contribute to local municipalities instead of paying property taxes, noting a veto by the New Jersey governor came just one day before the Illinois Department of Revenue confirmed that it has temporarily stopped reviewing hospitals' applications for property tax exemptions. Chicago Health Care partner John Durso provides general commentary on these tax-exemption issues.

How EEOC's Costco Case Impacts Customer Harassment Claims

Law360 | January 19, 2016

Chicago associates Laura Bacon and Brittany Bogaerts co-authored this column noting that EEOC v. Costco serves as a reminder that employers may be held responsible for customer harassment of employees and that hostile work environment claims are not limited to claims of harassment by other employees.

Name Chicago Cultural Center after Lois Weisberg

Crain's Chicago Business | January 15, 2016

Chicago partner Chuck Bernardini is quoted throughout this column about renaming the Chicago Cultural Center after Lois Weisberg, as a tribute to Chicago’s former city cultural affairs chief who died last week.

NLRB decision retreats from early ruling

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | January 14, 2016

Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert authored this column discussing a divided National Labor Relations Board ruling regarding employees recording coworkers on the job without management’s approval. Click here to read the full article.

Using Social Media to Disqualify Job Candidates is Risky 

Chicago Tribune | January 11, 2016

Chicago Labor & Employment partner Brian Alcala provides third-party commentary in this article about employers’ use of social media to evaluate job candidates.

What Banks Should Fear In 2016

Legal Bisnow (DC) | January 08, 2016

This piece, which describes the need for financial institutions to prepare for heightened regulatory scrutiny of their cyber preparedness, features commentary from Susan.

Ask the Legal Expert about... theft from resident accounts

McKnight's Long Term Care News | January 01, 2016

Chicago Health Care partner John Durso is quoted in this feature discussing combatting possible theft from residents’ accounts.

The Largest Law Firm Mergers of 2015

Bloomberg BNA Big Law Business | December 15, 2015

The Nixon Peabody and Ungaretti + Harris combination is highlighted in this feature story on the largest law firm mergers of 2015.

Ask the Legal Expert about... EEOC lawsuits

McKnight's Long Term Care News | December 04, 2015

Chicago Health Care partner John Durso discusses how long-term care organizations can deal with discrimination or wrongful termination claims.

Condo proposal stirs zoning flap in fast-growing West Loop

Crain's Chicago Business | December 01, 2015

Chicago Real Estate partner Ron Cope is quoted in this story discussing the dispute over a proposed nine-story condo building in Chicago’s West Loop.

Can Government Force Private Companies to Decode Encrypted Messages for Law Enforcement?

Law360 | November 24, 2015

Susan authored this column discussing whether the government can force private companies to decode encrypted messages for law enforcement.

Cordata Usa per l? «Altra Milano» La città sogna il ritorno del derby

La Gazzetta dello Sport | November 15, 2015

In this Italian sports business newspaper, this article notes that an Italian sports franchise is for sale. Chicago partner Chuck Bernardini has been has contacted to seek a buyer.

Panel hears challenge to suburb's gaming licenses

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | November 11, 2015

This coverage notes that Accel Entertainment, a gaming terminal company, took its fight over a west suburb’s $1,000-per machine licensing fee to state appellate court. Chicago partners Seth Horvath and Michael Ficaro are featured in the story and noted as Accel ‘s counsel.

Ask the Legal Expert about... NLRB rules

McKnight's Long-Term Care News | November 05, 2015

Chicago Health Care partner John Durso discusses potential factors impacting the definition of manager or turn operators into co-employers with staffing agencies.

FMLA filing limitations get new read

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | November 05, 2015

Chicago Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert authored this column on the requirement that lawsuits involving Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) violations be brought no later than two years “after the date of the last event constituting the alleged violation for which the action is brought. Click here to read the full article.

Putting Out a Call on Added Sugars

Food Processing | October 26, 2015

Chicago Commercial Litigation partner Jamie Robinson, a member of the Food, Beverage & Agriculture team, authored this column looking at where the FDA will end up on 'added sugars' on the new Nutrition Facts Panel.

Court rules union investigator should be allowed on site of employee death

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | October 21, 2015

Chicago Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert authored this column discussing a court ruling that union investigators should be allowed on site of employee death. Click here to read the article.

Protecting attorney-client privilege in asset sales

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | October 15, 2015

Chicago IP Counseling & Transactions partner Janet Garetto and Chicago IP Litigation partner Russ Genet co-authored this column on protecting the valued attorney-client privilege. Click here to read the full article.

5 Mistakes to Avoid In Patent Prosecution

Law360 | October 07, 2015

Chicago IP Counseling & Transactions partner Paul Kitch provides commentary on the most common mistakes by patent prosecutors and how to avoid them.

Report: 2015 Could Set Record for Number of Law Firm Mergers

American Lawyer | October 05, 2015

The Nixon Peabody CWL combination in Hong Kong and our February merger in Chicago are highlighted in this feature story on the state of the legal industry.

Attorneys React To NCAA Student-Athlete Pay Ruling

Law360 | September 30, 2015

Chicago Commercial Litigation partner Steve Thompson provides commentary on the Ninth Circuit’s decision in Edward O’Bannon Jr. v. NCAA et al.

New Law Puts Brakes on Health-Care Reimbursements for Employees

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | September 22, 2015

Chicago Labor & Employment partner Yelena Gray authored this column discussing the importance of employers being aware of medical reimbursement arrangements. Click here to read the full article.

7th Circuit weighs in on constructive discharge tort

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | September 16, 2015

Chicago Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert authored this column discussing constructive discharge—a legal theory that former employees, especially those alleging unlawful discrimination, to sue their former employers even though they resigned and were not fired. Click here to read the full article.

Ask the Legal Expert ... about non-competition agreements

McKnight's Long Term Care News | August 05, 2015

Chicago Health Care partner John Durso discusses non-compete clauses in relation to recruiting and retaining nursing staff.

Merger Mania in Chicago

American Lawyer | June 18, 2015

Managing Partner & CEO Andrew Glincher discusses law firm merger activity centered on Chicago.

Lawyers' Forum: Midwest Boosts Renewable Energy Tech

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | April 28, 2015

Chicago Madison Public Company Transactions partner Dave Brown authored this column discussing renewable energy technologies which have reshaped the Midwestern energy market in recent years. Click here to read the full article.

Appraisal Rights Waivers after Halpin V. Riverstone

Law360 | April 16, 2015

Chicago Madison M&A and Corporate Transactions partner Brian Krob and Chicago Madison M&A and Corporate Transactions associate Kim Rovtar coauthored this article discussing Halpin v. Riverstone National, Inc.—a case questioning the effectiveness of waive appraisal rights.

Labor Daze: U.S. Supreme Court Finds Middle Group in Pregnancy Bias Case

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | April 15, 2015

Chicago Madison Labor & Employment partner Frank Saibert authored this article discussing the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling pertaining to the federal Pregnancy Discrimination Act.

Nautilus Standard Used by CAFC to Overturn Pre-Nautilus Patent Indefiniteness Judgment

BNA's Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal | March 11, 2015

Silicon Valley IP Litigation partner Shawn Hansen and Chicago IP Counseling & Transactions partner Paul Kitch discuss the Federal Circuit’s precedential opinion reversing a district court's judgment of patent claim invalidity for indefiniteness since the Supreme Court's Nautilus decision.

Nixon Peabody Managing Partner Andrew Glincher Discusses His Firm's Pursuit of Merger Partner Ungaretti & Harris LLP

Boston Business Journal | January 29, 2015

This Q&A is conducted with CEO & Managing Partner Andrew Glincher following the firm's announcement of the merger with Chicago's Ungaretti & Harris.

Nixon Peabody Cements Chicago Footing With New Union

The Bond Buyer | January 28, 2015

This feature story highlights the combination of Nixon Peabody and Ungaretti & Harris.

Nixon Peabody to Merge With Smaller Chicago Firm

Wall Street Journal Law Blog | January 26, 2015

CEO and managing partner Andrew Glincher talks about the firm’s combination with Chicago’s Ungaretti & Harris.

Nixon Peabody Joins Chicago Big Leagues With Ungaretti Deal

Law360 | January 26, 2015

Nixon Peabody’s combination with Chicago’s Ungaretti & Harris is featured in this article.

Lawyers Weigh in on High Court Claim Construction Ruling

Law360 | January 20, 2015

Silicon Valley IP Litigation partner Shawn Hansen and Chicago IP Counseling & Transactions partner Paul Kitch discuss the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to cast aside the Federal Circuit's long-standing rule that all district court claim construction rulings must be reviewed anew on appeal.

Edwards Wildman's Tech Cochair Departs, Plus More Lateral Moves

American Lawyer | October 18, 2014

This coverage highlights the arrival of Chicago Commercial Litigation partner Bill Meyer and Chicago M&A and Corporate Transactions partner Randy Perkins.

Business of Law

Bloomberg News | October 17, 2014

This coverage highlights the arrival of Chicago Commercial Litigation partner Bill Meyer and Chicago M&A and Corporate Transactions partner Randy Perkins.

Nixon Peabody Beefs Up Chicago Office with Ex-Schiff Attys

Law360 | October 15, 2014

This coverage highlights the arrival of Chicago Commercial Litigation partner Bill Meyer and Chicago M&A and Corporate Transactions partner Randy Perkins.

Courts Line Up Behind 3rd Circ.'s Ascertainability Logic

Law360 | July 25, 2014

Buffalo Commercial Litigation associate Tracey Ehlers, Buffalo Commercial Litigation partner Viv Quinn, and Chicago IP Counseling & Transactions partner Janet Garetto discuss federal courts’ increased attention to the ascertainability of class members especially in the food and beverage industries where consumers do not typically retain receipts.

High Court Nixes ‘Amenable to Construction,' ‘Insolubly Ambiguous' Indefiniteness Rules

Bloomberg BNA | June 03, 2014

Chicago IP Counseling & Transactions partner Paul Kitch and Silicon Valley IP litigation partner Shawn Hansen provide commentary on the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Nautilus Inc. v. Biosig Instruments Inc.

Lawyers Weigh In On High Court's Induced Infringement Ruling

Law360 | June 02, 2014

Chicago IP Counseling & Transactions partner Paul Kitch and Silicon Valley IP Litigation partner Shawn Hansen provide commentary on the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Limelight Networks Inc. v. Akamai Technologies Inc.

In the News

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | May 21, 2014

This coverage notes that Chicago IP Counseling & Transactions partner Sorin Cimpoes has been named to the board of managers of the Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago.

Power Lunches

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | April 28, 2014

This feature story profiles a group of Chicago’s female managing partners, including Chicago office managing partner Janet Garetto.

Location

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Chicago, IL 60602

Phone: 312-977-4400

Fax: 312-977-4405

Key Contacts

David R. Brown

Office Managing Partner

drbrown@nixonpeabody.com

Phone: 312-977-4426

Linda Clardy

Office Administration

lbclardy@nixonpeabody.com

Phone: 312-977-4476

Alison Rifkin

Marketing Contact

arifkin@nixonpeabody.com

Phone: 312-977-4446

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