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Goldberg Weisman Cairo Announces College Scholarship Winner

Goldberg Weisman Cairo is pleased to award Adele Erxleben with our 2015 College Scholarship. Erxleben is a student at Southern Illinois University where she maintains a 3.5 GPA in the Paralegal Studies program. She has ... Read More


Most Congested U.S. Roads in Chicago

Traffic is terrible in spots across the U.S., but if you’re driving in Chicago, it’s bit worse: the Windy City is home to five of the top 20 most congested roadways in the country, more than any other city. ... Read More


Volkswagen Likely To Buy Back Some Diesel Vehicles It Cannot Fix

If Volkswagen cannot make their diesel vehicles compliant with United States air quality regulations fast enough, the company will have to buy back some of the vehicles equipped with the company's cheating software. ... Read More


School Board’s Serious Offer under Consideration by Teachers Union

The Chicago Teachers Union has been locked into contract negotiations for over a year. Last week’s announcement that a serious offer is now being considered is a sign that negotiations are finally progressing. The ... Read More


First GM Faulty Ignition Switch Trial Begins

The first civil trial over General Motors’ (GM) faulty ignition switch began Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2015 in Manhattan.   The case is one of six bellwether cases against the automaker. Three were chosen by the plaintiffs’ ... Read More


GWC Attorney Raul Rodriguez Secures Loss of Trade Settlement for Latino Laborer

On a cold and icy January morning in 2013, Chicago laborer Salvador Lara slipped and fell at work. Little did he know this would his last day working in the trade and craft he worked his entire life to develop. After visiting ... Read More


Louis A. Cairo on Host Committee for Young Professionals Event in Support of Judge Bates

Louis Anthony Cairo , son of managing partner, Louis C. Cairo, is on the Host Committee for an upcoming Young Professionals Fundraising event to support Judge Fred Bates. Judge Bates, a 30+ year friend of the senior Cairo, ... Read More


Nursing Home Care Act Allows Recording Devices in Resident Rooms

On January 1, 2016 the Nursing Home Care Act went into effect. This law aims to protect nursing home patients by allowing cameras and audio recording devices to be installed in resident rooms. Peace of Mind for Families ... Read More


U.S. Workers Remain at Risk for Workplace Injuries

On-the-job injuries are all too common among U.S. workers. There is an average of 13 workplace deaths every day in the U.S. Although that number has decreased significantly from 38 deaths a day in 1970, it is still too high. ... Read More


Dollar Tree Fined $825,000 for Safety Violations

Dollar Tree has agreed to pay $825,000 in fines as part of an agreement with the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to settle health and safety violations conducted by the ... Read More


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