A Chicago-based law firm has hired five people who used to work for Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan.
Boutique firm Goldstein & McClintock announced Tuesday that it hired four attorneys and a paralegal from Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan, which closed Monday.
Real estate attorney LaVon Johns and labor attorney Donald Levine have been hired as partners at Goldstein & McClintock’s Chicago office, according to a news release. Rebecca Niewiadomski will also join the Chicago office as a paralegal.
Labor and sports attorney Robert Clayton has been hired as a partner at the firm’s office in Washington, D.C, and labor attorney Matthew Feery will be a senior associate at the firm’s Chicago office, as well as a resident at the firm’s Milwaukee office, according to the release.
Goldstein & McClintock has seven offices around the country and specializes in corporate restructuring as well as transactional and commercial litigation.