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Law firm's bid to gain $9.75 million bonus in high-profile divorce case draws ire of judge

A year and a half after a final judgment was handed down in one of the more acrimonious, lengthy and expensive divorce cases in Chicago-area history, legal battles related to the high-profile split continue.

In the latest development, a Cook County judge indicated that she would report a prominent Chicago law firm to a state disciplinary commission after it sued for a nearly

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