Awards & Rankings 11.13.19
Firm Recognized for Pro Bono Commitment and Monetary Donations
Christine Scheuneman is a retired partner in the law firm's Litigation practice. She represents many preeminent corporations, financial institutions and real estate companies.
An experienced trial attorney and leader of the firm’s multi-disciplinary Real Estate Litigation practice, Christine represents clients in complex business, class action and commercial matters, including financial services, antitrust and unfair business practices, and securities litigation. She represents real estate and finance clients in matters involving investment disputes, regulatory investigations, loan and asset workouts, insolvency, development, and construction issues. She regularly advises clients in the consumer financial services sectors about regulatory issues and the expansive jurisdiction of the CFPB.
“Overcoming Exhaustion Issues in Class Action Litigation to Protect the Civil Rights of Developmentally Disabled Students Under the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, A Case Study” California Special Education Law 2017, Practicing Law Institute, October 4, 2017
“How to Fail in the Internet of Things,” Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman Annual MCLE Marathon, January 2017.
J.D., DePaul University College of Law
Order of Barristers
B.A., University of Kansas
A.A., Cottey College
U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit
All California District Courts
7th Circuit Court of Appeal
Northern District of Illinois, Northern District of Illinois (Trial Bar)
California State Courts
Colorado State Courts
Illinois State Courts