Hopkins & Sutter was a Chicago-based "law firm that practiced from 1921 to 2000, when it merged with Milwaukee-based "Foley & Lardner. The firm was established by Albert Hopkins and Harry Sutter. Hopkins had worked for two years at the "Interstate Commerce Commission and for one year with the predecessor to the "Internal Revenue Service while Sutter was tax counsel to the "Guaranty Trust Company of New York. In 1923 the firm opened an office in "Washington, D.C.. Hopkins also operated an office in "Detroit, "Michigan. The firm was known for its expertise in tax, insurance, public policy and transportation finance work.
Hopkins & Sutter acquired the lobbying and public policy boutique Leonard, Ralston in 1997.
The firm merged with "Foley & Lardner in 2000 and all of its 130 attorneys joined that national firm, though many partners have since departed in the years following the merger.