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Gaetano Urgo

Gaetano’s practice focuses on litigation, primarily in the areas of management-side labor and employment matters, municipal law, and corporate law. Currently based in Davis & Campbell’s Chicago office, Gaetano is a member of the Chicago Bar Association, the Justinian Society of Lawyers and the Fenwick Bar Association.

Gaetano joined Davis & Campbell in 2021, following his graduation from DePaul University College of Law. At DePaul, Gaetano focused on litigation process and techniques, and took an interest in the latest developments in Sports law including NIL rights, athlete intellectual property, and the potential impact on labor relations. Gaetano authored a publication in the field and was later chosen to serve as Editor-in-Chief of DePaul’s Journal of Sports Law and Contemporary Problems.


  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (B.S., 2017)
  • DePaul University College of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, Order of the Coif; Certificate in Business Law)
    • CALI Excellence for the Future Awards – Advanced Civil Procedure; Consumer Protection Law; Entertainment Law
    • Editor-in-Chief – DePaul Journal of Sports Law and Contemporary Problems
      • Klawing for Protection: Kawhi Leonard’s Battle with Nike Over Intellectual Property Rights. (DePaul Journal of Sports Law, 2020)
    • Student Attorney – DePaul University College of Law Civil Litigation Clinic

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Chicago, IL

333 S Wabash Avenue, Suite 2700
Chicago, Illinois 60604

Phone: (312) 995-7110
Fax: (312) 995-7102

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In April of 2022, Mayor Lightfoot and the Commission on Human Rights amended the City’s sexual harassment laws to make them stronger and to uphold zero tolerance of violence and harassment in the workplace. The Chicago Commission on Human Rights has begun enforcing this new ordinance which requires, among other things, that every Chicago employee must receive a dedicated hour of bystander sexual harassment training annually. While New York City had enacted requirements for sexual harassment prevention training, which included bystander training, Chicago’s law differs in that it requires a full, separate hour of bystander training for covered employees. As such, Chicago is the first jurisdiction to require this type of training on its own. Employers have until June 30, 2023, to begin providing this training.

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On November 5, 2021, OSHA issued an Emergency Temporary Standard (“ETS”) to protect workers from COVID-19. The ETS covers employers with 100 or more employees and requires covered employers to develop, implement, and enforce a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy unless the employer adopts a policy requiring employees to choose either to be vaccinated or undergo […]

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