A Chicago-based plaintiffs boutique has donated more than $119,000 to local businesses that are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, at a time when most law firms are taking steps to bolster their own liquidity.

The firm’s founder and CEO, prominent class action and privacy law litigator Jay Edelson, said he and his partners are able to give in part because firms such as his are conditioned to operating through times of financial uncertainty.

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