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The Firm will, to the full extent permitted under the law, protect any confidential information against disclosure.
The Supreme Court of Illinois does not recognize certifications of specialties in the practice of law, and the recognition is not required to practice law in Illinois.
Individuals at the Firm are licensed to practice in California, Illinois and, Massachusetts. We also practice in federal districts throughout the country. Additionally, when we handle cases in other states, we work with attorneys licensed therein.
Your viewing of this website does not create an agreement for representation by the Firm and does not serve as a substitute for legal advice from a lawyer. No person rely on any information found herein without seeking the advice of counsel. You should also be aware that the statute of limitations may severely limit the time left for you to file any claims or potential claims that you may have.
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The Firm represents clients in certain matters on a contingent fee basis. In those matters, no fee will be charged in the absence of recovery. However, in the event of an adverse judgment, verdict or decision, the contingent fee litigant may be responsible for costs and fees.
Notice to Mississippi Residents
This website is not intended for the purpose of soliciting any prospective clients residing in the State of Mississippi for the commencement of any civil action in the State of Mississippi filed solely by the Firm. If the Firm were to file a civil lawsuit in the State of Mississippi, the firm would do so in association with a member of the Mississippi Bar who would serve as co-counsel in the litigation.