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Medical marijuana executive withdraws suit vs Chicago law firm over bungled deal, tax liabilityCook County RecordIn the original complaint, Baroud said he, Corey Hollister and three other men retained Pedersen & Houpt in March 2014 to represent them in a reverse merger, in which two private corporations – Hollister & Blacksmith and Cube Root – would merge with a ...
Sports Turf Seller Claims Founder Shifted Value From FirmLaw360 (subscription)Law360, Wilmington (March 14, 2017, 6:02 PM EDT) -- Top-league athletics surface company Artificial Turf Sports Field Inc., formerly known as UBU Sports Inc., launched a lawsuit in Delaware Chancery Court late Monday, accusing the company's founder ...and more »
Crain's Chicago Business
Why big law firms are getting rid of partners' king-size officesCrain's Chicago BusinessIn August, the 36 attorneys at Chicago's Pedersen & Houpt moved from about 32,000 square feet into a 20,000-square-foot space in the Loop. The move has relieved the aggravation Chairman John Muehlstein used to feel every time he walked by the old ...
Why GCs Should Think Twice Before Signing A NoncompeteLaw360 (subscription)“You see a lot more mobility in the in-house arena than there used to be, as companies morph, merge, get sold and so on,” says Paul Starkman, leader of Pedersen & Houpt's labor and employment practice. Speaking generally, if you're a lawyer, you can …and more »
Chicago Daily Herald
Lester: Why one suburban school is stocking heroin antidoteChicago Daily HeraldKevin is a partner specializing in personal injury and aviation accidents at Chicago-based Clifford Law Offices, Terry is licensed as a sole practitioner in Inverness and Mike heads Chicago firm Pedersen & Houpt's wealth preservation practice group.and more »
Chicago private-equity exec sues Cardinal GrowthCrain's Chicago BusinessPedersen & Houpt attorney Arthur Holtzman, who formerly represented Cardinal Growth LP and is tasked with delivering documents for the receivership proceedings, couldn't explain the relationship between that firm and Cardinal Growth Corp. (Editor's …and more »
Cook County Record
Cook County property owner, son sue former tenants over allegations of libel and slanderCook County Record... as any other further relief as they see fit, including but not limited to court costs and attorney fees. The plaintiffs are represented by Lawrence W. Byrne of Pedersen & Houpt of Chicago. Cook County Circuit Court, Law Division case number 2015-L …
NBC Chicago
Pippen Sues Over Bad Financial DealNBC ChicagoChicago Bulls legend Scottie Pippen headed back to court Tuesday -- the judicial court. Pippen testified in his malpractice lawsuit against Chicago law firm Pedersen & Houpt because they failed to investigate advice from financial guru Robert Lunn …and more »
Crain's Chicago Business
Liening on McLeanCrain's Chicago Business(Mr. Pedersen) is in an awkward position," says Arthur Holtzman, a partner in Chicago-based Pedersen & Houpt, Mr. Pedersen's law firm. The legal setbacks have added to Mr. McLean's cash-flow problems. In July, the IRS filed a lien, seeking to recover ... (blog)
Kid Cudi's Attorney Responds to Child Custody (blog)While Kid Cudi's lawyer, Lauren Blair of the Chicago-based law firm, Pedersen & Houpt, will not comment on the details of the parties' custody and parenting agreement, which are private, she did state that the final custody judgment in Kid Cudi's case ...and more »
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