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Our Condolences to Justice John Paul Stevens

Bob Clifford had the honor of meeting Justice John Paul Stevens in 2017 when he was awarded the Chicago Bar Association’s Award in Stevens' name. In 2018, Kevin Durkin received this prestigious award. Clifford Law Offices sends its deepest sympathy and condolences to the family of Justice Stevens. He truly was one of the great legal minds of the century.
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Keith Hebeisen Testifies Before The Illinois Supreme Court Rules Committee

Keith A. Hebeisen, partner at Clifford Law Offices, testified Wednesday (June 19, 2019) before the Illinois Supreme Court Rules Committee at a public hearing on proposed changes to various court rules. In particular, Hebeisen, past president in 2005-2006 of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA), testified on behalf of ITLA regarding Proposed Rule 18-01 that would require statewide use of a standard HIPPA order, which...
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2019 Marks Clifford Law Offices’ 35th Anniversary

2019 marks Clifford Law Offices’ 35th anniversary in business, serving the needs of clients in Chicago and throughout the nation since 1984. For the last three and a half decades, Clifford Law Offices lawyers have been nationally recognized for their excellence and success in complicated legal matters and complex cases. Today, Clifford Law Offices is one of the premier law firms in Chicagoland, being the...
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Sarah King to be Installed as Director of the WBAI

Sarah F. King, associate at Clifford Law Offices, will be installed as a Director of the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois (WBAI) at its Annual Installation Dinner May 30. King, serving her second term as Director, will be sworn in along with all of the other 2019-2020 officers at the Hilton Chicago, 720 S. Michigan Ave. King, who also is active in the Illinois Trial...
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Carnival Cruises May Be Prevented from Docking in U.S. Ports for Environmental Violations

A federal judge in Miami, Florida, will be ruling in June whether Carnival Cruise ships will be allowed to dock in U.S. ports because of alleged probation violations of the cruise line for dumping oil and garbage into the ocean. The cruise line has been on probation for two years as part of a record $40 million settlement for these violations. U.S. District Judge Patricia...
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