RCC, as Liaison Counsel with Wolf Popper LLP of New York, recently filed a class action complaint on behalf of the lead plaintiff in the Treehouse Foods, Inc. securities litigation in the Chicago federal court. A copy of the complaint may be viewed here.
RCC attorney Adam Hirsch writes a regular column at www.financialpoise.com called “(Alleged) Frauds, Fakes, and Ponzis,” in which he explores current events and legal issues in the world of commercial fraud.
Rob Margolis served as a panelist in a webinar, "Nuts & Bolts of Trade Secrets,” sponsored by Financial Poise. Rob joined three other panelists in explaining the law of trade secrets, including recent developments in state and federal law, as well as practical steps business owners and their attorneys can and should take to protect these important assets.
Rob Margolis recently conducted a webinar for the International Coach Federation, Chicago Charter Chapter, “Strengthen Your Coaching Practice! Legal Strategies for Small Business Owners,” in which he discussed, among other things, (a) how to structure sound and comprehensive contracts, (b) intellectual property protection (copyright, trademark, trade secrets), and (c) website and social media dos and don'ts.
Fay Clayton testified before a Congressional Panel that was convened by the House Energy and Commerce Committee, sharing important lessons from her prior representation of a tissue procurement company. Her testimony can be seen here between minutes 48-56.
Adam Hirsch recently participated in a webinar entitled “Resolving Shareholder Disputes” sponsored by Financial Poise. Adam will also be a panel participant in the 2017 “Newbie Litigator” webinar series sponsored by Financial Poise. More information is available at https://www.financialpoise.com/financialpoisewebinars/.
RCC's Adam Hirsch has moderated and served as a panelist on a number of continuing legal education webinars created by Financial Poise and co-produced by West LegalEd Center and the ChamberWise Education Consortium. Adam moderated a panel on discovery practice and was a panelist on a discussion entitled “Working with Experts.” This webinar and others may be found at www.financialpoisewebinars.com.
RCC attorneys wrote the article Litigation Funding for Federal Equity Receivers, published in the Summer 2015 edition of The Receiver, a publication of the National Association of Federal Equity Receivers. Click here to read the article.
RCC has been named one of Chicago's "Best Law Firms" by U.S. News & World Report, earning a "Tier 1" ranking for commercial litigation and employment law in the 2015 Edition of U.S. News -- Best Lawyers "Best Law Firms."
RCC "Super Lawyers": Five RCC attorneys have been named "Super Lawyers" in the 2015 edition of Super Lawyers Magazine.
Adam Hirsch moderated and served as a panelist on a number of continuing legal education webinars created by Financial Poise and co-produced by West LegalEd Center and the ChamberWise Education Consortium. Adam moderated a panel on discovery practice and was a panelist on a discussion entitled “Working with Experts.” These webinars and others may be found at www.financialpoisewebinars.com.
RCC attorneys wrote the article "Litigation Funding for Federal Equity Receivers," published in the Summer 2015 edition of The Receiver, a publication of the National Association of Federal Equity Receivers. Click here to read the article.
Fay Clayton served as the co-chair of the 2015 annual fundraiser for the Center on Halsted, Chicago's flagship community center for the LBGT community.
On June 6, 2014, RCC won an appeal in the Seventh Circuit on their client's race-discrimination-in-hiring claim. Click here to read the opinion.
Seventh Circuit Victory: RCC prevailed in the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, successfully defending a $413 million judgment obtained for our clients, victims of a complex RICO scheme whose interests in a valuable close corporation were stolen by the company's management and their associates. Writing for a unanimous panel, Judge Joel Flaum found that the defendants' "drumbeat of discovery abuse" -- including concealing evidence, destroying evidence, fabricating documents, and avoiding a deposition -- amply justified the District Court's entry of a default judgment sanction against them. The Seventh Circuit also affirmed the District Court's adoption of RCC's expert-supported damages calculation. Click here to read the appellate opinion, here for the District Court's default order, and here for the District Court's damages order.