Artist and Developer Settle Lawsuit Over Fate of Landmark Detroit Illuminated Mural

April 13, 2017

(DETROIT, MI) – When Detroit-based artist Katie Craig sued developer Princeton Enterprises under the Visual Artists Rights Act last January, her federal lawsuit was heralded as a major legal showdown over artists’ rights. Now the two sides are settling. The

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Wexler Wallace Gives Back at Conerstone Community Outreach

December 13, 2016

Around the office, we have a saying: “Life is short. Do something that matters.” It’s in that spirit that we were honored to volunteer our time this Tuesday at Chicago’s Cornerstone Community Outreach. For nearly 30 years, Cornerstone Community Outreach

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Ed Wallace Discusses Dryer Safety on NBC 5 News

November 02, 2016

  Wexler Wallace partner Ed Wallace recently sat down with NBC 5 News in Chicago to discuss dryer safety and the potential risks related to them.  

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Getting Outside of the Office: Support the Children’s Research Fund Junior Board at Cocktails for a Cause

November 04, 2014

In addition to my passion for helping injured plaintiffs through my role as an associate attorney with Wexler Wallace’s mass torts practice, I am passionate about helping to improve the quality of health care delivered to pediatric patients through my

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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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A Hero

August 27, 2013

I just finished a book about our profession at its very best. The book is Devil in the Grove, by Gilbert King.  A 2013 Pulitzer Prize winner for Non-Fiction, Devil in the Grove tells the story of a criminal trial

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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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Legal Pads and Spit Up Rags: A New Mom on Making it Work

February 08, 2013

Balancing and juggling.  A working mom’s life often sounds like a circus performance.  The words carry with them an insidious threat.  Let your guard down for a moment and the whole thing may fall apart.  I’ve been back in the

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Wexler Wallace Volunteers at the Albany Park Community Center

December 11, 2012

This past Wednesday, Wexler Wallace shut its office for the morning to participate in its annual volunteer day. Staff at the Albany Park Community Center (“APCC”) welcomed the group with open arms and put it to work at one of

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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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