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From Chicago Tribune

There is a secret to winning voter-approval of referenda in suburban Cook County and elsewhere, according to municipal attorney Michael Del Galdo.

From Chicago Tribune

Farmers Insurance may have withdrawn its recent climate change lawsuit against 98 local Illinois governments, but a lawyer representing some of the towns sued says that the Illinois legislature should act to protect communities against future suits.

From Chicago Tribune

To defend themselves against the high-profile Farmers Insurance lawsuit that have hit communities across Cook County over the spring 2013 thunder storms, nine suburbs have hired attorney Michael Del Galdo as a special counsel to bolster their legal firepower.

From The Illinois Observer

The Illinois Finance Authority has established an "approved counsel" list for legal projects, slating $1.5 million for some of the state's top government law firms.

From Chicago Tribune

Cook County attorney Michael Del Galdo last week was admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court in order to observe the oral argument in a PAC spending limits case, McCutcheon vs. Federal Election Commission, whose outcome could reverberate in Illinois’ 2014 general election.

Del Galdo Law Group is participating in a charity event where amateur boxers will duke it out in support of the Mercy Home for Boys and Girls.

From Chicago Tribune

Attorney Michael Del Galdo, partner at the Del Galdo Law Group, praises the use of organized labor in new Wal-Mart Super Center Construction.

From Chicago Tribune

Attorney Michael Del Galdo, partner at the Del Galdo Law Group, will address newly elected suburban Cook County mayors and city council members at the West Central Municipal Conference & West Suburban Training Institute leadership forum in Elmwood Park on Saturday, June 8.

The vote on who will be Chicago Heights' next mayor is scheduled to go on as planned tonight.