David Lieberman joined the Chicago Council on Planned Giving’s program committee and continues working with charitable organizations in contested matters.
We are pleased to announce that as of January 1, 2017 Robin D. Maher has become an equity partner.
David Lieberman will present, “Model Rules of Professional Responsibility – Adopted Model Rules – Where Do We Go from Here?,” at the ABA’s Section on Real Property Trust & Estate Law’s 2017 Spring Symposia, in Denver, April 20, 2017.
Carleen Schreder, David Lieberman and Robin Maher (Rising Stars) were selected to “Super Lawyers” for 2017, Carleen in the fields of Tax and Estate Planning, David and Robin in the fields of Estate & Trust Litigation.
Jim Carey recently was re-appointed by the Real Property Trust and Estate Law (RPTE) Section of the American Bar Association to be the Chair of the Litigation, Ethics and Malpractice group. The RPTE Section is comprised of over 22,000 U.S. and International lawyers, real estate and financial services professionals. The Litigation, Ethics and Malpractice group, which Jim will oversee as Chair, devotes its efforts to issues involving trust, estate and fiduciary litigation matters. The group is responsible for educating members on national trends in a variety of areas and assists other Section Groups in analyzing trust and estate litigation, ethics or malpractice disputes. With these appointments, Jim is pleased to continue his eight years of leadership with the RPTE Section.
In September 2016 David Lieberman was appointed to the Futures Practice and Guidance Task Force established in 2016 by the American Bar Association’s Section on Real Property Trust & Estate Law to analyze the changing nature of law practice and to advise section members concerning opportunities and challenges arising from changing market forces.
In September 2016, David Lieberman was reappointed Co-chair of the Ethics and Malpractice Committee for 2016-17 within the ABA’s Trust and Estate Litigation, Ethics and Malpractice Group, and was also reappointed Section liaison for the ABA’s Real Property Trust & Estate Section’s to the ABA Joint Committee on Ethics and Professionalism.
In September 2016, Jim Carey was appointed by the by the Real Property Trust and Estate (RPTE) Law Section of the American Bar Association to its Task Force on Technology and the Profession, where he will be part of a group established to analyze the changing nature of law practice and to give RPTE lawyers the benefits from the opportunities and challenges arising from changing market forces. It will focus on challenges and opportunities that RPTE lawyers are likely to face over the next ten years, including in house, private law firm and other lawyers.