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    It is Well With My Soul: Election Edition

    Will it be well with your soul on November 9, 2016? If many of the pre-election, partisan prognosticators are to be believed, Nov. 9, 2016, the day after the election, will be the end of America.   Read More...

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    Speaking the Truth in Love This Voting Season

    EditorialAttorneys John Mauck, Richard Baker, and Whitman BriskyVoting time is fast approaching and congregations are often misinformed regarding which candidate has the best interest at heart concerning family values and policies that protect our rights as parents and as Christians. What’s more, this issue is often an unintentional consequence of misinformation from our pastors.Though pastors are loving in advising their congregation this time of year, basic economics courses aren’t...  Read More...

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    Attorney Noel Sterett to speak on Responding to Gay Marriage & Gender-Identity Issues

    Mauck & Baker's own Noel Sterett will be a guest speaker as a part of a series at Grace Bible Church in Elmhurst, Illinois. The year's fall series is Contemporary Issues of Christian Morality. Noel Sterett's topic is on responding to gay marriage & gender-identity issues.   Read More...

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    Mauck & Baker Welcomes New Communications Manager

     Our new communications manager is Stephanie Grossoehme. Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in corporate communication. She’s a Chicago native and grew up on the south side of the city near Marquette Park.   Read More...

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    Getting the Most Out of Your Legal Services by Gail Jernberg

    To be able to best serve you and keep your legal fees down, we make the effort to use the least expensive experienced staff member to assist on your matter. When you call in to check status, have billing questions or want to provide information, you should know who to ask for so you are not charged for partner attorney time if it is not necessary. It is in your best interest to reach out to a less expensive staff member to get assistance.   Read More...

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    Recent Court Ruling Prohibits Pastoral Counseling in California

    In late August, the Pacific Justice Institute’s case of Welch v. Governor Jerry Brown in the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals ruled that California Senate Bill 1172 does not inhibit persons from seeking sexual orientation change efforts for religious reasons.   Read More...

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    Gone Lawschooling: Communications Manager Andrew Willis Says Goodbye

    The year was 2014. Starry-eyed with a new college degree in hand, I was eager to enter the legal arena.I was so young and innocent.You may call this shameless pandering, but Mauck & Baker was number one on my list of where I wanted to work after college. They were local, Christian, and civil liberties focused—what more could one want?   Read More...

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    Pregnancy Center Sues City for Religious Discrimination

    A team of attorneys representing Hand of Hope Pregnancy Resource Center in North Carolina filed a federal lawsuit challenging the Raleigh City Council’s decision to prohibit Hand of Hope from providing young women with free pregnancy education and support at its property abutting Preferred Women’s Health abortion clinic on Jones Franklin Road. Hand of Hope is a nonprofit, pro-life ministry which seeks to share the love of God and free pregnancy education with women facing the challenges of an un...  Read More...

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    Attorney Sorin Leahu to Speak at Alliance Defending Freedom Benefit

    Mauck & Baker attorney Sorin Leahu will be a guest speaker at an upcoming benefit for Alliance Defending Freedom. Sorin is an Allied Attorney with ADF and an ADF Blackstone Fellow. He will be speaking about his experience on the front lines defending the First Amendment.   Read More...

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    David French on the State of Religious Liberty in the U.S.

    Attorney Noel Sterett speaks with David French, staff writer at National Review, constitutional law attorney, and veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom.The state of religious liberty in the United States "is on the ropes," according to French. He describes it as being on the "legal and cultural defensive. The momentum is on the side, for the moment, of those who would seek to suppress religious liberty." To hear more, listen to the interview below.Tune in Saturdays at 3:00 pm on AM 1160 f...  Read More...

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