Clifford Law Offices has been selected by U.S. News and World Report and Best Lawyers as a 2016 "Best Law Firm" in six legal categories. Both U.S. News and World Report and Best Lawyers ranked more than 12,000 firms in the United States.
Clifford Law Offices prides itself on tackling complex cases to the very end. The firm devotes 100 percent of its litigation resources to plaintiffs' work, evidenced by its notable verdicts - some of them record setting - in a variety of tort practice areas.
Keith A. Hebeisen, partner at Clifford Law Offices, will be addressing the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA) on "Maximizing Damages Outside of Cook County" at its annual Damages Seminar Feb. 13.
Michael S. Krzak recently authored an article that was published in the quarterly ABA Section of Litigation/Mass Torts. The article is titled Show It, Don't Tell It-Twenty-First-Century Animation in Air Crash Litigation. An excerpt appears below:
Colin Dunn, partner at Clifford Law Offices, authored an article for the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA) on "Rule 191(b) Affidavits: Should Lawyers be Able to Sign Them?"
Sarah F. King, associate at Clifford Law Offices, is Co-Chair of the Planning Committee for Women Everywhere: Partners in Service, Inc.'s annual holiday fundraiser.
Sean P. Driscoll, partner at Clifford Law Offices, spoke in London, England, to a group of barristers and solicitors on litigating personal injury cases in America and the impact of technology on trying these cases in a courtroom.
Bob Clifford spoke to DePaul Law School students about what they can expect in their legal careers. He was joined by William Chamberlain, DePaul's Assistant Dean and Director of Law Career Services. "I became a better lawyer when I recognized that what I'm doing is not about me - it's about the people you represent who need you to make good judgments for them. They need you to be calm in the middle of the storm," Clifford told them.
Bob Clifford attended a celebration honoring long-time Chicago Daily Law Bulletin reporter John Rooney who received a byline posted on the famed Billy Goat tavern's wall. Rooney, who recently retired from the paper following decades of reporting and thousands of bylines, was honored at the Chicago restaurant made famous by the late comedian John Belushi who shouted "Cheezborger, Cheezborger" as they flipped burgers for patrons on Saturday Night Live.