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TDR Promotes Two Attorneys to Partner

Share:Tabet DiVito & Rothstein is pleased to announce that Jacob B. Berger and Kyle A. Cooper have been promoted to partner at the firm. Jake joined TDR in 2017. His practice focuses on complex commercial litigation matters in state and federal courts throughout the country. Jake has significant experience representing clients in litigation involving professional […]

TDR Attorneys Named 2023 Illinois Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Share:Tabet DiVito & Rothstein is proud to announce that 12 of its attorney have been selected as 2023 Illinois Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. Congratulations to all of them for attaining this high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. 2023 Super Lawyers Gino L. DiVito John M. Fitzgerald Brian C. Haussmann Mark H. Horwitch Timothy […]

TDR Attorneys Named Super Lawyers, Rising Stars

Share:Once again, about 2/3 of TDR Attorneys have been named as either Super Lawyers or Rising Stars by Super Lawyers Magazine and ThomsonReuters.  Super Lawyers recognizes attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their legal practice. Special recognition goes to Mark Horwitch who has been named a Super Lawyer for the 10th time.  He joins Gino DiVito, John […]

Necessary Stays: What happens when a necessary party in a multi-party Illinois case files for bankruptcy?

Share: In bet-the-company litigation, it is not unusual for one or more defendants to file for bankruptcy during the course of the proceedings. While the Bankruptcy Code normally imposes an automatic stay of the claims against the debtor, is an Illinois state court plaintiff still free to pursue its claims against the other, non-debtor defendants? […]