13 Jul Press
Robert A. Stines wrote the article “Computer fraud insurance in the cyberage,” published July 13, 2018, by Thomson Reuters Westlaw Journal Insurance.
10 Jul Press
Shelly A. DeRousse is quoted in the Law360 article “Ill. Tax Agency Needs Proof To Collect In Bankruptcy Sale,” published July 9, 2018.
03 Jul Insight
Client Alert: Supreme Court Opens the Door for the Recovery of Foreign Lost Profits for Patent Infringement Under 35 U.S.C. § 271(f)(2)
This Client Alert addresses the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in WesternGeco LLC v. ION Geophysical Corp., which found that it was not an...
02 Jul Press
Law360 covered Chris Townsend joining Freeborn as Co-Leader of the Environment and Energy Practice Group.
28 Jun News
27 Jun Insight
Client Alert: U.S. Supreme Court Overrules “Physical Presence” Standard - Potentially Opening the Door for States to Collect Sales Tax on Online Sales
This Client Alert, written by Partner Jeffrey A. Rossman, addresses the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair.
25 Jun News
Freeborn & Peters LLP Selected to Represent the Creditors' Committee of Poultry Processor Bolder Enterprises
The Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Bolder Enterprises, LLC has engaged Freeborn & Peters LLP as its counsel in the chapter 11 reorganization of Bolder Enterprises, LLC pending before the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.
25 Jun News
Nationally Ranked Energy Attorney Christopher J. Townsend Joins Freeborn as Co-Leader of Environment and Energy Practice Group
Freeborn & Peters LLP is pleased to announce that Christopher J. Townsend has joined the firm’s Chicago office as a Partner and Co-Leader of Freeborn’s Environment and Energy Practice Group.
21 Jun Press
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin previews Freeborn’s July 11 Emerging Technologies Symposium in a news item published June 20, 2018.
18 Jun Insight
Client Alert: Supreme Court Limits Class Action Tolling, Reducing the Ability of Plaintiffs to File Successive Class Actions for the Same Claims
This Client Alert addresses the United States Supreme Court’s decision in China Agritech, Inc. v. Resh. China Agritech clarifies the doctrine known as class action tolling, under which the statute of limitations for individual claims of absent class members are tolled when a class action is filed until class certification is denied.