Freeborn Partner Robert Stines was recently interviewed by Authority Magazine journalist Tyler Gallagher for an article entitled, "Cyber Defense: Robert Stines Of Freeborn & Peters LLP On The 5 Things Every American Business Leader Should Do To Shield Themselves From A Cyberattack."
Freeborn & Peters LLP is pleased to announce that Clayton Lynn, William J. Sullivan and Nicholas Vittori have joined the firm as associates, further expanding its Chicago office as part of the firm’s strategic growth plan.
Freeborn Partner and member of the firm's Labor and Employment Practice Group, Kathryn Lundy, recently authored an article for Westlaw Today entitled, "The eradication of a constitutional right and the legal minefield for employers in a post-Roe era."
Freeborn & Peters LLP is pleased to announce that Director of Attorney Recruiting, Development and Diversity Christine E. Hollis was recently named a 2022 Women Worth Watching® Award Winner by Profiles in Diversity Journal.
Freeborn Partner Patrick Frye, a member of the Insurance/Reinsurance Industry Team, recently spoke with with Law360 on the South Carolina Supreme Court's recent decision on Covid coverage. South Carolina is the latest state high court to hear whether businesses can recover for pandemic-related losses. To read the full article, entitled, "SC High Court Set To Tackle COVID Coverage Suit," click here (subscription required). Frye has commented on similar state cases in a previous Law360 article, which can be viewed here.
Freeborn attorney Jeffery M. Cross, member of the Litigation and Antitrust Practice Groups, was recently featured on a podcast hosted by the Syracuse University College of Law's IPTechLaw Center. Jeff spoke with Professor Shubha Ghosh of Syracuse University College of Law on the topic, "Amending the Antitrust Laws to Address Big Tech.” To listen to the full podcast, click here.
Freeborn Director of Attorney Recruiting, Development and Diversity, Christine Hollis, was recently interviewed by Crain's Chicago Business' Roundtable Discussion series in an article entitled, "ROI OF DEI: Why Companies Need to Double Down on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion."