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Langdon Neal Again Chosen as a Leading Lawyer

Langdon Neal was once again included as a Leading Lawyer in the January 2018 edition of Leading Lawyers Magazine (the Real Estate, Construction & Environmental Edition).  Langdon was included on Top 10 lists as a Leading Lawyer for Land Use &a… Read More
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Anne Fredd and Jeanette Sublett Included Again as Leading Lawyers

Anne Fredd and Jeanette Sublett were once again included as Leading Lawyers in the January 2018 edition of Leading Lawyers Magazine (the Real Estate, Construction & Environmental Edition).   Anne and Jeanette were included in the Top 100 list… Read More
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Asaro, Diamond, Friedman, and Leroy Are Leading Lawyers

Lenny Asaro, Terry Diamond, Richard Friedman, and Michael Leroy were once again included as Leading Lawyers in the January 2018 edition of Leading Lawyers Magazine (the Real Estate, Construction & Environmental Edition).   All four were include… Read More
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Langdon Neal recognized as Illinois 2018 Super Lawyer

Langdon Neal was recognized as one of the top rated real estate attorneys in Illinois in the 2018 edition of Illinois 2018 Super Lawyers magazine.  Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have at… Read More
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Richard Friedman Hosts Historic Preservation Lunch

Richard Friedman and Neal & Leroy, LLC hosted a lunch for the National Trust for Historic Preservation on November 14, 2017 at the Union League Club. Read More
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Congratulations to Langdon Neal on Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Rating

Congratulations to Langdon Neal!  Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™ recognized Langdon Neal with the highest possible rating in both legal ability and ethical standards for 2018 with the AV Preeminent rating. Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Revi… Read More
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Langdon Neal in Crain’s Chicago Business 2017 Who’s Who in Law

Langdon Neal was once again included in the 2017 Edition of Crain’s Chicago Business 2017 Who’s Who in Chicago in the Law Category published on September 4, 2017.  This is Crain’s annual guide to the power players you should know i… Read More
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Chicago establishes diversity and resident hiring goals for planned developments

By executive order, the City now requires developers to state their diversity and resident hiring goals as a condition for the approval of planned developments. In addition to affordable housing and other public benefits, developers must attempt to a… Read More
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United States Supreme Court affirms regulatory taking jurisprudence—a horizontal Penn Central. Murr v. Wisconsin

In the context of riverbank regulation, the Court reinforced the principles that it articulated for historic preservation in the landmark case of Penn Central Transp. Co. v. New York City, 438 U. S. 104 (1978)).   In Murr, the property owners owned… Read More
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Richard Friedman Published in IICLE Land Use-Special Topics 2017 Edition

Neal & Leroy Attorney Richard Friedman continued to lend his expertise in Historic Preservation to the Illinois Institute of Continuing Education by writing the chapter titled “Historic Preservation Restrictions and Tax Benefits” in… Read More
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