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I hired Kim twice in the last 10 years and both times came away very satisfied with her representation. She was... more
Chicago  Kimberly Jo Anderson

Kimberly Anderson

Chicago, IL Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 10.0
My husband and I were really going through a tough time financially from past employment when our pay was substantially... more
Chicago  John Edward Rigney

John Rigney

Chicago, IL Bankruptcy / Chapter 13
Avvo rating No concern
I am very impressed with the firm Anderson & Boback. Kimberly represented me and I feel confident that she was... more
Chicago  Kimberly Jo Anderson

Kimberly Anderson

Chicago, IL Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 10.0
Mr. Gomberg picked up my case at the last minute (literally the last day). A firm in central Illinois had handled it... more
Chicago  Sheldon S. Gomberg

Sheldon Gomberg

Chicago, IL Employee Benefits
Avvo rating 6.5
I hired robert callahan to handle my case 7/9/14. I went to court for a speeding ticket i was driving 27 over the limit.... more
Chicago  Robert James Callahan

Robert Callahan

Chicago, IL Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.0
Not only did she not accomplish anything on our behalf, she needed reminders to keep us posted and keep up with the... more
Chicago  Francine Bailey

Francine Bailey

Chicago, IL Litigation
Avvo rating 6.8
I recently won custody of my two year old daughter. Kim and Tiffany Hughes were instrumental in this custody case.... more
Chicago  Kimberly Jo Anderson

Kimberly Anderson

Chicago, IL Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 10.0
It has been, and continues to be, a pleasure to work with Gary Levenstein of Ungaretti & Harris. Gary's professionalism... more
Chicago  Gary Irwin Levenstein

Gary Levenstein

Chicago, IL Corporate / Incorporation
Avvo rating 6.7

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In 1921, eight Chicago White Sox players were acquitted of charges of intentionally losing the 1919 World Series, but nonetheless received a lifetime ban from professional baseball.

One of the players was “Shoeless” Joe Jackson, one of the game’s best hitters, who later recanted his confession and protested his innocence , to no avail.