Wexler Wallace Volunteers at Albany Park Community Center

December 23, 2013

As has been tradition at Wexler Wallace for several years, the office was closed last week for half the day while the attorneys and staff took time to volunteer. In the past, the firm has volunteered at homeless shelters, food

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Wexler Wallace Walks with Lambda Legal

July 03, 2013

The 44th Annual Chicago Pride Parade was held Sunday on the north side of the city to record attendance. In the estimated crowd of 1 million, four Wexler Wallace employees marched along the parade route. Associates Amy Keller and Amber

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Wexler Wallace Attorney Amber Nesbitt Interviewed for Res Publica

February 07, 2012

In the first Issue of Res Publica, The Northwestern Journal of Law and Social Policy blog and forum, Wexler Wallace Attorney Amber Nesbitt was interviewed about the Dukes v. Wal-Mart 2011 Supreme Court decision. Res Publica dedicated its entire first

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A Look Back at 2011

January 10, 2012

With the New Year already well under way, we would be remiss to not take a moment to reflect on the 2011 highlights at Wexler Wallace. Our case load overflowed in 2011 with continued work on several cases as well

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Wexler Wallace Gives Back

December 19, 2011

Everyone knows that the economy has taken its toll, especially on the people with the least. Four years ago, Ken Wexler brought his family to volunteer at the Greater Chicago Food Depository, which distributes food to local pantries and shelters

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Supreme Court Should Tread Carefully In Case Regarding Fiduciary Exception to Attorney-Client Privilege

March 04, 2011

On April 20, 2011, the United States Supreme Court will hear arguments in United States v. Jicarilla Apache Nation, a case involving a Native American tribe’s suit against the United States for breaching fiduciary duties by mismanaging tribal trust assets

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Big Black Boxes and Iced Cakes: When Aesthetics Become Vague and Landmarks are Saved

January 11, 2011

Not too long ago, my good friend Jeff told me a story about how he was on a Chicago architectural boat cruise in the summer months.  The narrator of the cruise, an energetic student in his twenties, was commenting about

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The Hall of Shame: Illinois Director of Insurance Michael T. McRaith

December 02, 2010

We represent funeral directors across the State of Illinois in regard to what is known as the Illinois preneed trust. The idea behind the trust was that people could prepay for their funerals. Instead of using the money right away,

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Hall of Shame: Depuy

November 14, 2010

Wexler Wallace is currently investigating cases around defective hip implant systems. Two Depuy hip systems – the ASR™ XL Acetabular System and the ASR™ Hip Resurfacing System – have been recalled after more than two years of complaints from patients

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