SFBBG

Forward Thinking Strategic Counsel

SFBBG

Forward Thinking Strategic Counsel

SFBBG

Forward Thinking Strategic Counsel

Delivering exceptional value, listening to client objectives and diligently protecting their interests.

Schoenberg Finkel Beederman Bell & Glazer, LLC is a business-focused law firm with deep roots in Chicago. Since 1946, we’ve consistently been true to our founding principle: long-lasting client relationships based on trust, communication and responsiveness, paired with exceptional legal counsel.

Our clients range from public corporations to entrepreneurs, with an emphasis on representing small to mid-sized businesses.

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SFBBG’s Attorneys Recognized by Leading Lawyers in 2021

We would like to congratulate our 2021 Leading Lawyers:  Andy Weissman, Adam Glazer, Andy Holstine, Bruce Bell, Dan Beederman, Herb Rosenberg, Joan Berg, Len Gambino, Mark Flessner, Mike Kim, Matt Tyrrell, Michael Friman, Norm Finkel, Phil Zisook, Ron Silbert, Rich...

Brand New Day

As the world continues to strike a new sense of stability during the coronavirus pandemic, full-service firm Schoenberg Finkel Beederman Bell Glazer believes it has found a new balance.

SFBBG Wins Big After Four-Week Zoom Trial

Late Wednesday afternoon, Norman T. Finkel and Richard M. Goldwasser scored a major victory on behalf of their clients, a group of real estate owners and grocery store operators, when a Circuit Court sitting in Lake County issued a 49-page decision which handed them a clean sweep in a hotly contested lawsuit.

Young Cutco Knives Sales Rep Slices Liability in Thirds

A sales rep legal column that doesn’t speak of terminations or commissions? That doesn’t mention succession planning or tax issues? Not even a state sales rep statute?

What’s left to discuss?

Well, there’s Walter Blockmon III. Or more precisely, the late Walter Blockmon III.

Defined Benefit Plans For Directors and Self-Employed Individuals

Question: I am a retired executive of a public company and received significant fees during 2020 from serving as a member of the board of directors of other companies. Is it too late to establish a qualified retirement plan to offset my income and, if so, what type of plan should I establish?