Brian Levy’s article entitled “An Enforcement-First Approach” was published in Mortgage Banking. Read it HERE.
Brian Levy's article entitled "Buybacks - They're Not Going Away" was published in Mortgage Banking. Read it HERE.
Katten & Temple LLP expanded their offices, moving into a larger suite in their building: 542 South Dearborn, 14th Floor, Chicago, Illinois 60605. All telephone and other contact information remains the same.
Katten & Temple obtained a $1 million settlement of a Section 1983 and wrongful death suit brought on behalf of the estate of an unarmed man who was shot and killed by a police officer. Katten & Temple argued that the shooting was excessive force and an unreasonable search and seizure under the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution.
Jeff Tone joined Katten & Temple LLP as a partner in June 2011. Jeff has a stellar financial and commercial trial and appellate litigation track record and we are excited to have him join us.
In March 2011, the Illinois appellate court ruled in favor of Katten & Temple's client in a legal malpractice case, reversing dismissal by the trial court.
In November 2009, John M. George, Jr. joined Katten & Temple LLP as a partner. John has served as lead counsel in state and federal courts throughout the country and has represented clients at trial, on appeal, and in arbitrations.
In September 2009, Brian Levy became of counsel to Katten & Temple LLP. Brian most recently served as Senior Vice-President, Secretary and General Counsel to Guaranty Bank, and Mitch Katten and Nancy Temple are pleased to have him join them.
June 24, 2008
In an opinion dated June 24, 2008, the Illinois appellate court affirmed judgment on the pleadings in favor of the firm’s clients in a declaratory judgment action... [read more]
April 1, 2008
Mitchell Katten and Nancy Temple formalized their vision on how to best serve clients by launching Katten & Temple LLP.
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