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Golan Christie Taglia LLP is a law firm dedicated to delivering successful results while providing our clients the highest levels of quality and personal service. With offices in Chicago and Springfield, Illinois, we provide expertise in a broad array of practice areas, and serve a wide variety of clients including entrepreneurial businesses, family businesses, high net worth individuals and non-profit organizations.

For more than 25 years, Golan Christie Taglia has consistently met or surpassed our clients’ needs by maintaining a simple, yet effective philosophy: “Your Success. Our Focus.”

SEVEN QUESTIONS TO ASSESS YOUR RECOVERY READINESS

With a new reality comes new legal challenges. At Golan Christie Taglia, we are committed to helping Chicagoland business owners, executives, and individuals recover and re-imagine what comes next in a post-pandemic world. We have reorganized to be more proactive and responsive to your needs. We are ready to guide you through the obstacles, help you rebound from economic loss and make sure you emerge stronger than before.

When we entered 2020, we never imagined our community would be challenged in all the ways we’ve witnessed over the last few months. GCT is here to help. Over the coming weeks, we will be sharing more about our “GCT 360” approach to helping businesses thrive in the new reality. In the meantime, if you have questions, we have answers.

Recnet News & Insights
June 7, 2021 News

Golan Christie Taglia’s continued commitment to diversity and inclusion involves standing with the LGBTQ+ community for a more accepting and inclusive society.

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June 2, 2021 Events

June 2nd, 2021 | 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm CT
As employers continue to cope with the fallout from the pandemic, new considerations need to be made for employees as return-to-work plans and their manifold implications lie just around the corner.

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June 2, 2021 Events

This panel presentation updates your knowledge of the Property Tax Appeal Board (PTAB), including its history as a “poor person’s court,” the Cook County expansion, who they are and what they decide, filing with the PTAB, and interveners and increases.

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