Chicago Law Firm Doesn’t Let Pandemic Slow It Down

During a time when many law firms fled downtown, switching entirely to remote operations, and otherwise socially distancing from their former Loop practices, one Chicago law firm kept its foot on the gas and reached certain pre-pandemic goals set in late 2019.  Not only did the venerable Schoenberg Finkel firm accomplish a complete relocation into brand new space in the hot southwest Loop, but it also incorporated a new look and new name.

Effective August 17, 2020, Schoenberg Finkel Beederman Bell Glazer, LLC (SFBBG) succeeded longtime Chicago firm Schoenberg Finkel Newman & Rosenberg, LLC (SFNR).  The new SFBBG also moved into the entire 15th floor of 300 S. Wacker Drive, a recently renovated office tower known as “The 300.”  The Firm built out brand-new, highly efficient space to provide a more productive and innovative work environment for its lawyers and professional staff.  Taking advantage of the latest technologies, the modern office enables SFBBG to provide a greater number of offices with fewer rentable square feet.

SFBBG, a full-service business law firm founded in 1946, represents local and national companies and entrepreneurs.  The Firm provides services in myriad practice areas, including corporate, real estate, litigation and alternative dispute resolution, estate planning, tax, condo, employment, property tax reduction, and independent sales representatives.  






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