Partner Ryan McQueeney Publishes Article in DRI’s The Voice


Mr. McQueeney’s article “Should Naturally Occurring Substances, Such as Asbestos or Diacetyl, Be Subject to Design Defect Claims?” was published in the DRI’s The Voice-This Week’s Feature on February 5, 2014. Mr. McQueeney argues that no person or entity designs substances that occur naturally but are sold and distributed commercially. Therefore, they should not be … Continue reading Partner Ryan McQueeney Publishes Article in DRI’s The Voice

Hugo Chaviano Featured in Hispanic Executive Magazine January 2014 Issue


Partner Hugo Chaviano will be featured in an article published by the Hispanic Executive Magazine in their January 2014 Issue. Hispanic Executive Magazine is the leading print publication profiling Latinos that redefine the US business landscape. Hispanic Executive has been dedicated to uniting powerful leaders, whether they are corporate executives, community leaders, global visionaries, or … Continue reading Hugo Chaviano Featured in Hispanic Executive Magazine January 2014 Issue

Sanchez Daniels & Hoffman Wins Appeal


On December 20, 2013, John Huntley and Renee Ziolkowski won an appeal to the First District Appellate Court affirming the dismissal of a minor defendant in a Wrongful Death action including complex issues of Civil Conspiracy and preemption of civil liability by the Illinois Dram Shop Act.

Hugo Chaviano Named General Counsel of Chicago Minority Supplier Diversity Council


The mission of the Chicago Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc. (ChicagoMSDC) is to be the premier organization for increasing value added business opportunities between major buying organizations and minority-owned businesses. The organization traces its roots to 1968 when a chain of events erupted into civil and economic mayhem that shook Chicago to its very core.

Camille Cribaro-Mello successfully defends the Des Plaines Police Pension Board


A former Des Plaines police sergeant challenged the decision of the Police Pension Board to award him a non-duty disability pension based on the salary attached to the rank of sergeant. The police sergeant had previously served and was paid as a commander prior to filing his disability application. However, when his rank was reduced … Continue reading Camille Cribaro-Mello successfully defends the Des Plaines Police Pension Board

Sanchez Daniels & Hoffman Wins Appeal


Partner John Piegore won an appeal for American Service Insurance Company. The Illinois Appellate Court reversed a lower court decision which found the insurance company violated the insurance code, section 143a-2, when it made changes in the policy mid-term and at renewal without obtaining a second signed rejection of uninsured motorist coverage limits equal to … Continue reading Sanchez Daniels & Hoffman Wins Appeal