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Edelson PC Makes $345,000 Donation to Illinois Bar Foundation

National consumer rights firm Edelson PC, headquartered in Chicago, announced it has made a $345,000 donation to the Illinois Bar Foundation. 

Jay Edelson, the founder of the firm, said the donation is part of his firm's broader efforts to support local and national organizations that promote open access to the courts.  “It has become more difficult for ordinary people to have full and fair access to the courts; this imbalance especially impacts disadvantaged communities. Legal aid organizations, like the IBF, are of critical importance in keeping the playing field as level as possible,” Edelson explained.

“The IBF is extremely grateful to Jay and his firm for this remarkable gift which will allow us to make even greater investments across the state to enhance access to justice,” explained Shawn S. Kasserman, a founding member of the personal injury law firm of Tomasik Kotin Kasserman, LLC in Chicago, who is president of the Illinois Bar Foundation.

About Edelson PC

Edelson PC is a leading plaintiffs’ class action firm, focusing technology, digital privacy, and consumer protection litigation. The firm has been repeatedly recognized by courts and commentators as a pioneer in the consumer technology and data privacy space. Edelson has obtained more than $1 billion in class settlements and has shaped how numerous industries approach consumer protection issues. The firm’s focus on the tech industry led the New York Times to dub founding partner Jay Edelson as “Tech’s Least Friended Man,” and the firm’s innovative thinking and unique office culture has been lauded by the legal media, earning Edelson recognition as one of “the most creative minds in the legal profession.” To learn more, visit www.edelson.com.                     

Posted on Feb 10, 2016 by Morgan Yingst | Comments (0)
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