Foley & Mansfield succeeded in obtaining a dismissal of the firm’s client for lack of personal jurisdiction in an asbestos personal injury action filed in Madison County, Illinois.
John Schaberg of the firm’s Edwardsville office recently won an appeal following 17 years of ongoing litigation.
Trial attorneys Steve Novakidis and Whitney Seltzer of the firm’s New York office have been named to the 2018 New York Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists.
Foley & Mansfield is pleased to announce that Abbey Rooney, Director of Human Resources, has been named a 2018 "Unsung Legal Hero" by Minnesota Lawyer Magazine.
Foley & Mansfield has opened an office in the Tampa Bay area to accommodate regional and national clients in construction litigation and insurance defense matters.
Foley & Mansfield has opened an office in New Orleans, Louisiana to accommodate regional and national clients in the areas of toxic tort, product liability, environmental, and transportation litigation, among others.
Foley & Mansfield’s medical malpractice defense trial team successfully defended our client physician at the trial level and through the plaintiff’s subsequent appeal, obtaining an appellate affirmance of the trial court’s dismissal of the case with prejudice.
Attorney Samantha Odyniec has joined Foley & Mansfield's Chicago office.
F&M partner Elizabeth “Liz” Sorenson Brotten was named to the Board of Directors of the Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association (MDLA) for a two-year term commencing August, 2018. Brotten also received the 2018 President’s Award.
Over the years, USCIS has increased the evidentiary burdens for foreign investors to demonstrate the source and path of the investment funds. Recently, USCIS started to issue RFEs and NOIDs in cases involving third-party currency exchangers.