We are happy to announce that attorney Kevin Trabaris has joined EM3® as the firm’s newest partner. Many of us at the firm have had the pleasure of working with Kevin in the past and can attest to his exceptional legal skills, dedication, and client-focused approach. Kevin is an exceptionally talented and accomplished corporate and commercial finance transactional lawyer who is well-respected by clients and peers alike. He will bring his invaluable skill and knowledge to our leveraged finance, general banking and finance practices.
Women’s History Month – celebrate the achievements and initiatives of our female partners and counsel. In this Q&A, the women of EM3 Law discuss the evolution of women in the legal sector, what factors have improved the role of women in the profession and what advice they would give to women just starting out in law.
When it comes to Software as a Service (SaaS) agreements, understanding the fine print is essential. There are many complex terms and conditions that can go into an agreement, and if you’re not careful, you can find yourself with an unfavorable deal. To ensure you get the most out of your SaaS agreement, here are the top 10 items to negotiate.
Gary Masel, a partner and commercial litigator at EM3, recently prevailed at trial on behalf of a major banking client in a multimillion-dollar dispute.
Stefanie Linares Hood participated in a panel discussion on the legal and regulatory framework for data privacy in clinical studies at the National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF) Driving Diversity & Leadership Conference in San Antonio.
Edwards Maxson Mago & Macaulay, LLP (“EM3”) Law is pleased to announce that six new attorneys, including four new partners, are joining the firm’s Chicago office. New Partners include Joan Lebow, Michael Cohen, Joseph Krcmar, and Damon Newman.