James Adducci; Michael Dorf; Randall Mitchell; Jacqueline Faig, Paralegal;
Deborah Kerchner, Office Manager; Marshall Blankenship; Paul Lehner
- James D. Adducci
Jim Adducci is an experienced commercial litigator who has handled diverse cases throughout the United States and in Europe. He represents clients that range in size from large, publicly traded companies to individuals. His clients represent a wide variety of industries including equipment distribution, financial services, securities and commodities, medical devices, manufacturing of heavy machinery, and many others. He is an experienced trial lawyer in state and federal courts and before various arbitration tribunals.
- Marshall L. Blankenship
Marshall Blankenship is a commercial litigator with experience in state and federal courts throughout the United States. He has also successfully arbitrated matters before national and international arbitral forums. His clients range from individuals and small businesses to publicly traded companies and a large municipality.
- Michael C. Dorf
Michael Dorf has an extensive, broad based general commercial practice, with emphasis on banking transactions, mergers and acquisitions, shareholder agreements and boardroom strategy, sales and leases of commercial property, contract drafting and negotiation, and all general aspects of corporate (both for profit and not for profit) and partnership law.
- Paul E. Lehner
Paul Lehner's practice is concentrated in employment, labor, and general commercial litigation in state and federal courts and before various state, federal and local agencies, arbitration, mediation and client counseling. Paul has tried cases to verdict in state and federal courts, arbitrations, and before administrative agencies.
- Randall L. Mitchell
Randy Mitchell concentrates his practice in business litigation matters. He has represented clients and tried a wide variety of cases in federal and state courts, trial and appellate, and in arbitrations. His practice is nationwide. While most of his work is local to the Chicago area, his clients' cases have taken him to courthouses in such far-flung places as Syracuse, New York; St Joseph, Missouri; Muskogee, Oklahoma; and Florence, Alabama.