Knowledge is Power

Fox Swibel’s attorneys are consistently recognized as thought leaders in their practice areas, as demonstrated by their receipt of honors and awards, and their participation in presentations, Continuing Legal Education seminars and local and national publications. See below for the latest articles and presentations prepared by Fox Swibel attorneys, as well as other recognitions.

2017 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

We are pleased to announce partners Margaret Anderson, Steven Brenneman, Martin Carroll, Jill Coleman, Neville Reid, Stephanie Shellenback, and Lawrence...

Best Law Firms 2017

Fox Swibel Levin & Carroll LLP is ranked among the Best Law Firms for 2017 by U.S. News Media Group and Best Lawyers®. Firms included in the 2017 Best Law Firms list are recognized for...

The Best Lawyers in America© 2017

Fox Swibel is pleased to announce that five of its partners across four practice areas were chosen to be part of the 23rd edition of The Best Lawyers in America© 2017. Best Lawyers® uses peer...

Interlex Group

Our Managing Partner, Larry Swibel, currently serves as President of The Interlex Group, an international association of leading law firms that provides legal and business services in over 60 countries.
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Fox Swibel Hosts Employment Law Seminar

Fox Swibel’s Employment Law Group recently presented a complimentary client seminar titled "Workplace Policies in Light of New Legislation and Guidance." The seminar focused on timely and extremely...

Neville Reid Appointed Commissioner to the Illinois Medical District

Governor Bruce Rauner has appointed Neville Reid to the Illinois Medical District Commission Board. The Illinois Medical District Commission (IMDC) is a seven-member body responsible for the...

Corporate & Securities Group Expands With Three New Attorneys

Fox Swibel Levin & Carroll LLP is pleased to announce that partners Richard S. Meller and Hays C. Ellisen, and associate Scott A. Schonfeld, have joined the Firm’s Corporate & Securities...

Publications

Seventh Circuit Holds Extended Leave Not Required by ADA

A recent decision by the Chicago‐based U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit provides employers some welcome guidance on the extent to which a disability leave of absence may be required as a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act. The decision declares that the ADA is “not a medical leave entitlement.”

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