Amy M. Gibson Discusses Aronberg Goldgehn's Relocation to Loop; Client and Colleague Connection Post-Pandemic in CDLB
Amy M. Gibson recently discussed the state of Chicago law firms’ office locations following the COVID-19 pandemic in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin article titled, “Law and the Loop: Attorneys reckon with past, future of community’s longtime nexus.”
While some firms have moved away from the traditional Loop office, opting to work from home and/or suburban locations, Aronberg Goldgehn recently relocated their long-standing River North office to the Loop.
In the article, Amy explains the reasoning for the firm’s move by stating, “When we are joining together, it’s because we want to be here […] in the city and want to be interacting with our colleagues. We want to be interacting with our clients; we want to be physically present and meeting.”
According to Amy, there is also a push for connection by the younger generation of lawyers. She said these individuals desire to build relationships with their colleagues and clients and grow in their career. She also believes the Loop will always serve as a hub for litigation practices who value proximity to the courthouses.
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Aronberg Goldgehn officially changed its Chicago residence to a new Loop office located at 225 West Washington Street, Suite 2800, effective May 1, 2023. The new office is equipped with state of the art technology and highlights the firm’s value in providing a flexible work environment to allow attorneys to easily flow between working from home, the office or elsewhere.
Amy Gibson is Co-Chair of Aronberg Goldgehn’s DEI Committee and Commercial Litigation Practice Group. She is also a member of the firm’s Executive Management and Real Estate Committees. She focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation, including claims involving shareholder disputes, fraud, consumer fraud, breach of contract and real estate. She also concentrates her practice on employment litigation and counseling.