Commercial Litigation

Commercial LitigationCommercial litigation disputes at the federal, state and administrative levels, including business disputes, class actions, injunctive relief, real estate litigation, and constitutional law. Our professional experience entails preparing for and taking cases to bench and jury trials and appeals.
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Employment

Employment LawyerAssistance with policies and practices that reduce the possibility of litigation, as well as independent internal investigations of claims of adverse employment action.
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Real Estate and Commercial Lending

Real Estate and Commercial LendingReal estate dispositions and acquisitions, mortgage and construction financing and leasing as well as commercial lending expertise.
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Corporate

Corporate LawyerIncluding drafting of bylaws and resolutions, corporate counseling, and providing the review and draft various legal contracts for Fortune 500 companies
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Product Liability Litigation

Product Liability LitigationOur attorneys’ litigation experience has covered a broad range of product categories, representing corporations and manufacturers and providing knowledgeable counsel.
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Municipal Liability

Municipal LiabilityOur seasoned attorneys represent a variety of governmental entities, including municipalities, authorities and school districts.
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Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights

Bankruptcy and Creditors’ RightsExperienced in representing the interests of creditors and lending institutions in federal bankruptcy and state courts.
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2015 SUPER LAWYER RECIPIENT

2015-Super-LawyerMaurice Grant is recognized once again on the Illinois Super Lawyer List by legal industry publication, Super Lawyer Magazine. He has received this honor three times previously (2012, 2013, and 2014) for his accomplishments in both commercial and employment litigation.

The annual Super Lawyer List recognizes attorneys based on a patented multiphase selection process. Peer nominations and evaluations are combined with third party research. Each candidate is evaluated on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. Selections are made on an annual, state-by-state basis.

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