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Nicholas M. Hudalla

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Practice Areas

Health Care
Litigation
Labor and Employment
State and Local Government
Education

Associate
T: 312-279-0520
F: 312-946-9818
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Nicholas M. Hudalla joined Hogan Marren Babbo & Rose, Ltd. as an associate in January 2010.  He had clerked at the firm since October 2008. Mr. Hudalla has experience in both state and federal proceedings, and focuses primarily on labor and employment matters, as well as the representation of municipal and local governmental entities.

More about Nicholas Hudalla

Mr. Hudalla has litigated various issues under ERISA and the LMRA on behalf of union clients, and also has assisted clients in litigation involving numerous breach of contract and tortious liability claims.  Along with litigation experience, he also provides extensive guidance to municipal clients to ensure compliance with the Illinois Freedom of Information Act, and has drafted and advised clients regarding non-solicitation and non-compete agreements.

While at DePaul University, Mr. Hudalla was the Executive Editor of the University’s Business and Commercial Law Journal, through which he published the article, Back to Basics: Leaving the Hanging Paragraph Hanging.  Additionally, he received a CALI Excellence for the Future Award in a course on legal writing and analysis.

Prior to joining HMBR, Mr. Hudalla clerked for the City of Chicago’s Building and Land Use Division where he presented various building code compliance matters before the Cook County Municipal Court.   Additionally, he interned for the Honorable Jesse G. Reyes in the Cook County Chancery Division.

Professional Memberships/Activities

Mr. Hudalla is a member of the Chicago Bar Association.

Publications/Presentations

Patrick E. Deady and Mr. Hudalla were the union-side co-authors to the paper, Let It Be – Should We Let It Be, or Revisit the Recognition Bar Doctrine, presented at the ABA Committee on the Development of the Law Under the NLRA Mid-Winter Meeting, March 2011.

Mr. Hudalla also assisted in drafting Chapter 13, “Managed Care,” of the 2011 Supplement to The Law of Medical Practice in Illinois, third edition, published in November 2010.

The Facts On RACs (article download) Published in the American Bar Association Health Law Litigation publication, Spring/Summer 2010. 

Admissions

Illinois (2009)
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois

Education

DePaul University College of Law (J.D.,2009)

Roosevelt University (B.A., Political Science, 2005)