Adam Klein, head of Katten's Sports and Sports Facilities practice, was quoted in an article that delves into the political battleground of arena and stadium approvals. The article, "3 Ways To Avoid Tripping Up In An Arena Fight," detailed how such projects often can incite a barrage of opposition against the proposed development's financing, location and community impact. Additionally, when defending projects during public hearings or negotiations, the article noted how it is crucial for attorneys keep calm and come armed with an arsenal of facts. One of the keys to a successful development campaign is having a keen sense of who is opposing and who is supporting the project. In these situations, Adam said that local counsel can be vital. "Often, they will be involved on the ground level because they know best how to navigate the halls of the government and municipality," he told Law 360. ("3 Ways To Avoid Tripping Up In An Arena Fight," August 11, 2015)