Critical Steps to Consider Before, During and After Implementing AI Technologies Into Their Businesses.
Joan Lebow, Partner at EM3 Law, collaborated with Anu Dairkee, M.D. to author an article called ‘Big Pharma, Social Media, and the Regulatory Agency Game of Catch-up’, for the Journal of Health and Life Sciences Law, the official journal of the American Health Law Association.
Kevin Trabaris, Partner at Edwards Maxson Mago & Macaulay, LLP, draws contrasts between equipment leasing and vendor contracting – two things that have little in common, while sharing insights on leases every lender should be aware of.
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.
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.
EM3’s Co-Founder and Managing Partner Ajay Mago was recently interviewed on Newsmax to discuss social media giant Instagram and CEO Adam Mosseri’s testimony before the U.S. Senate.
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.
Edwards Maxson Mago & Macaulay, LLP, or EM3 Law, is pleased to announce that our co-founder and managing partner, Jamal M. Edwards, has been selected among the 2020 Illinois Super Lawyers list by Super Lawyers Magazine. Each year, no more than 5% of the lawyers in Illinois are selected as “Super Lawyers” by the magazine’s research team, and no more than 2.5% of the lawyers in Illinois who are 40 years old or younger are selected as a Super Lawyers’ “Rising Stars.”