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Christopher J. Esbrook and Daniel S. Tyler of Esbrook Law P.C., and Kim E. Richman and Jay R. Shooster of Richman Law & Policy filed a class action lawsuit against ALDI Inc. on behalf of plaintiff Jessica Rawson.

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Law360

Chris Esbrook and Steve Brown represent a client against the City of Chicago with regard to a $90 million fuel supply contract.

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Bloomberg Law

Chris Esbrook is quoted in an article titled, “Travelers Turn to Courts for Coverage of Virus-Scrapped Vacations.”

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Chris Esbrook will be a speaker at the 2020 Northwest Remediation Conference.

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Esbrook Law

Esbrook Law P.C. celebrates its two year anniversary.

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Law360

Christopher J. Esbrook of Esbrook Law LLC is mentioned in a Law360 article titled, “Insurance Suits Aim For MDL Over COVID-19-Canceled Trips.”

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“These businesses are in the most trying times in their history and are going to their insurance company to get what they paid for,” said Chris Esbrook, who’s representing the Billy Goat Tavern after insurers rejected their claims due to mandated closures from COVID-19.

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WTTW

Christopher Esbrook, who is representing the Billy Goat Tavern is interviewed on “Chicago Tonight”.

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The Seattle Times

The Billy Goat Tavern turned to their insurer to help recoup their losses following state-mandated closures from COVID-19, but insurers rejected the claims. Therefore, Billy Goat Tavern is suing the insurer. Esbrook Law is representing the bar and grill.

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The Washington Post

The attorneys at Esbrook Law are representing Billy Goat Tavern due to their insurance company rejecting business claims caused by the coronavirus pandemic. “They are in the business of selling people insurance for exactly this kind of situation,” Chris Esbrook said to The Washington Post. He added, “They can’t now cry they’re poor when the very situation they are insuring arises.”

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