SFBBG Welcomes Five Key Players from Chicago’s Deutsch, Levy & Engel

Schoenberg Finkel Newman & Rosenberg, LLC, in a move to expand its reach and add to the Firm’s expertise, is adding five veteran attorneys from Deutsch, Levy & Engel, Chartered, a renowned Chicago business law firm that is ending its 50+ year run.

With these highly skilled additions, SFBBG will feature an enhanced ability to offer industry-leading services in the estate planning and probate, corporate, M&A, commercial litigation, and real estate tax fields, and also provide counsel to governmental agencies.

Joining SFBBG will be:

Terry L. Engel, whose practice areas include real estate tax, commercial real estate, banking, and corporate counseling.

Frank R. Cohen, who practices in the areas of estate planning, probate, tax planning, real estate and corporate transactions.

Jerry Rudman, who concentrates his practice on a broad range of business acquisitions, estate planning, commercial leasing and financing transactions, and structuring business transactions and relationships of all types.

Joel A. Stein, who focuses his practice in the areas of banking and secured lending, counseling and assisting clients in navigating all aspects of the relationship between lenders and borrowers, with an emphasis on creditor’s rights, bankruptcy and enforcement of obligations.

Phillip J. Zisook, whose practice is based in the law of defamation, privacy, First Amendment, and general commercial litigation.

Courtesy of SFBBG, LLC

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