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  • Mr. Axelrod has been practicing law for over eighteen years.  His practice is focused exclusively on civil trial work and litigation.  He handles a diverse spectrum of matters on the trial and appellate court levels.  During his career, Mr. Axelrod has successfully tried and settled cases at both the state and federal court levels, including matters in states other than...

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    The lawyers at Goldman and Ehrlich in Chicago, Illinois, have provided high-quality legal counsel and representation to individuals and businesses across the spectrum of employment law matters for more than 25 years. Our law firm is uniquely qualified to handle your employment law matter. Because Goldman and Ehrlich has substantial experience representing employers and employees alike, our...

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    ASG Law Firm in Chicago, Illinois, provides exceptional counsel, advocacy and support to a wide range of clients throughout the area who have serious and pressing legal challenges involving any of the following: • Technology and intellectual property, including cybersecurity, data privacy, software licensing, patents and other protections for entrepreneurs and businesses • General...

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  • The Law Offices of Ruth I. Major, PC, serves an exclusive clientele of sophisticated executives and professionals throughout the Chicago area.  The firm's clients seek legal advice regarding their most sensitive and confidential business dealings such as their employment contracts and their rights with respect to their employers, past, present and future. Ms. Major regularly represents...

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    The Law Offices of Azita M. Mojarad, P.C. is a multi-service law firm established in 2000 in Chicago, Illinois. Our firm focuses its practice in immigration and naturalization law, family and divorce law, commercial and business law, and criminal law. We pride ourselves on our ability to provide clients with care, consideration, and dedication, as well as quality legal work. Following these...

  • Wessels Sherman is a Midwest based labor and employment law firm with a nationwide practice. We have five offices throughout the Midwest in St. Charles, Illinois; Oconomowoc, Wisconsin; Chicago, Illinois; Davenport, Iowa and Minneapolis, Minnesota. We concentrate our practice solely in the representation of employers and management in all aspects of the employer/employee relationship. A...

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    Daniel S Kaplan Business Law and Franchise Attorney Daniel S. Kaplan is pleased to announce that he has joined Rachlis, Duff, Adler, Peel & Kaplan, LLC, a firm of experienced commercial litigators and counselors . Practicing in the heart of downtown Chicago, attorney Daniel S. Kaplan is focused on business. He received his law degree from Loyola University of Chicago in 1990. He worked in...

  • Walker Morton LLP is a premier full-service law firm serving the United States and beyond. We are a boutique law firm with a multifaceted approach to protecting the interests of businesses, stakeholders, entrepreneurs and individuals. Our lawyers have earned reputations throughout the country for our focused representation, personal service and integrity.  The attorneys at Walker Morton LLP...

  • Sorling, Northrup, Hanna, Cullen & Cochran, Ltd. has established a reputation for combining the breadth and depth of specialized legal services normally found in larger metropolitan law firms, with the personal attention and timeliness found in smaller firms. Firm attorneys and support staff serve business, not-for-profit, governmental, and individual clients in a manner emphasizing client...

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