Mike Lufrano, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of the Chicago Cubs, was the special guest for The Chicago Bar Association's "Someone You Should Know" series Thursday, January 19th, from 8 a.m. -9 a.m. at the Standard Club.
Surgical gloves powdered with talc were banned today (Dec. 15, 2016) by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) because of potential dangers to human health.
Bradley Cosgrove, partner at Clifford Law Offices, has been invited to speak to on his recent $8.25 million verdict at a program entitled "Amazing Verdicts" at 8 a.m. Tuesday February 23rd.
On February 13th, Keith A. Hebeisen addressed the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA) at its annual Damages Seminar.
Robert Clifford is no stranger to the media. Here he is pictured in 1987 facing the press following the filing of a legal action on behalf of Nancy Clay, a 31-year-old woman who died of smoke inhalation in a Chicago high-rise when firefighters were unable to reach her, despite her many calls for help. As Bob Clifford put it, "It is one of those rare cases that [raise] the public's consciousness about two primary issues: the operation of the 911 system and the adequacy and effectiveness of the city's response to a high-rise fire." The case led to significant changes in Chicago's emergency response system, which may have saved lives over the years.