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In their Attorney Discipline column, Hal R. Lieberman and Katie Lachter discuss the paths to reinstatement for lawyers who are either administratively suspended or suspended or disbarred for discipli
In his Professional Responsibility column, Anthony E. Davis, a partner at Hinshaw & Culbertson, examines recent cases that have significantly expanded the ability of law firms to claim attorney-clien
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...focus on investment management and securities law. • Hinshaw & Culbertson has hired Ivan Smith, Maureen Stampp and ...
...ATTORNEYS For Defendant-Appellee: Maranda E. Fritz, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, New York, NY. For Appellant: David...
In his Professional Responsibility column, Anthony E. Davis, a partner at Hinshaw & Culbertson, discusses the case 'Macy's v. J.C. Penney,' and notes the changes recently adopted by the four Appellat
...Expanding its New York City office, Chicago-based Hinshaw & Culbertson has moved to 800 Third Ave. from neighboring 780 Third...
...and securities litigation. She was a partner at Hinshaw & Culbertson. • Thomas Devaney has...
In his Attorney Discipline column, Hinshaw & Culbertson partner Hal R. Lieberman writes: Unfortunately for our profession, examples abound of lawyers who engage in criminal conduct and are convicted.
Burton Citak and Donald Citak had sought to challenge the integrity of a guardianship proceeding earlier this year, a challenge Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Laura Visitacion-Lewis found to be "a f
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