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Henry Carl Krasnow

Henry Carl Krasnow

Practice areas:

Entrepreneurial, Business, Real Estate, Construction & Development

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Practice Areas

Licensed since 1967

  1. Construction & Development: 20%
  2. Real Estate: 20%
  3. Business: 20%
  4. Entrepreneurial: 20%

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Contact Info

Krasnow Saunders Cornblath, LLP

500 North Dearborn Street Second Floor
Chicago, IL, 60654

Resume

License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
ILActive And Authorized To Practice Law196705/14/2015

Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Awards
Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Real EstateThe Best Lawyers in America2011
Real EstateThe Best Lawyers in America2010
Real EstateThe Best Lawyers in America2009
FellowThe Family Firm Institute2004
Interdisciplinary Achievement AwardThe Family Firm Institute2003
Certificate in Family Business AdvisingThe Family Firm Institute2002
Closely & Privately Held Business LawLeading Lawyers NetworkN/A
Small Business CounselingLeading Lawyers networkN/A
CorporateTop Lawyers in IllinoisN/A

Publications
Publication NameTitleDate
Family Business MagazineLitigation Is About Dollars, Not About 'Right' vs. "Wrong"2011
FFI Practitioner/The Family Firm InstituteWith Consultants - You Get What You Ask For2009
Family Business Wiki's Town SquareEven Lawyers Can Find Win-Win Solutions2009
Family Business AgendaSuccessful Estate Planning Requires Peripheral Vision2009
FFI Practitioner/The Family Firm InstituteHard and Soft Barriers to Communication2009
Family Business Publishing CompanyFacing Reality Prevents Nightmare Scenarios, Chapter of The Family Business Succession Handbook2009
FFI Practitioner/The Family Firm InstituteLitigation and Compromise - It's Not About Justice, It's About Dollars2009
Family Business AgendaCorporate Governance in a Merged Company: A Guide for Thinking Outside the Box to Foster Harmony When Two Family Firms Join Forces2008
Family Business MagazineHow to Avoid a Double Tragedy: Succession Planning With An Unwilling Leader2008
Human Side of Enterprise NewsletterTrade Secrets: The Secret of Exit Interviews2008
FFI Practitioner/The Family Firm InstituteA Chill in the Air2007
Family Business ReviewBook review of MBA In A Day2006
Merrill Lynch Online NewsletterThe Hidden Issue in Firing Family Members2006
Agate PublishingBook - Your Lawyer: An Owner's Manual (Available on Amazon.com)2005
FFI Practitioner/The Family Firm InstituteThe Hidden Issue in Firing Family Members2005
The Journal of Light ConstructionThe Business of Litigation, Chapter of Managing the Small Construction Business - A Hands-On Guide2004
Family Business ReviewBook review of Consulting to Family Businesses: A Practice Guide to Contracting, Assessment and Implementation2003
Family Business Publishing CompanyLitigation Strategies for Minority Owners, Chapter of The Family Business Conflict Resolution Handbook2003
Families in BusinessHow to Achieve the Most Value From Your Lawyer2003
Family Business Review/Journal of The Family Firm InstituteWhat to Do When Talking Fails: Strategies for Minority Owners to Turn Stock Certificates into Money2002
The Family Business AdvisorWhen An Owner is Fired2000
The Lovins Report/Lovins & Associates ConsultingTen Great Ways to Get More Value From Your Lawyer for Less Money1999
The Lovins Report/Lovins & Associates ConsultingDoes Your Lawyer Measure Up?1999
The Family Firm Institute Body of Knowledge UpdateKicking vs. Tripping: A Cautionary Tale of Consultants' Liability to Third Parties1999
The Lovins Report/Lovins & Associates ConsultingPrenuptial Agreements/Part I: Costs vs. Rewards1999
The Lovins Report/Lovins & Associates ConsultingPrenuptial Agreements/Part II: There Are Alternatives1999
Small-Business Update/Small-Business Council of the IMAHow Your Company Can Get More From Its Lawyer For Less1999
Family Business Review/The Family Firm InstituteThree Proposals for Interdisciplinary Study1998
Crain's Small BusinessTapping Value From Your Lawyer1996
Real Estate TodayWhip Lawyers Into Shape1995
Builder/The Magazine of the National Association of Home BuildersLitigate or Settle1995
The Family Business AdvisorLawyers and Family Business: A Response1995
Family Business Review/The Family Firm InstituteBook review of Undue Influence: The Epic Battle for the Johnson & Johnson Fortune1994
Real Estate TodayWalk Away From Lawsuits A Winner1994
Food Distribution MagazineControlling Your Litigation Costs/Part I: The System1993
Food Distribution MagazineControlling Your Litigation Costs/Part 2: Legal Fees Are An Investment1993
Crain's Small BusinessPut Your Attorney on Trial1993
Talking to the BossValue Added Lawyering1993
The Journal of Light ConstructionThe Business of Lawsuits1993
Talking to the BossThe Realities of Legalities: Controlling Litigation Costs/Part II1993
Talking to the BossThe Realities of Legalities: Controlling Litigation Costs/Part III1993
Talking to the BossThe Realities of Legalities: Controlling Litigation Costs/Part IV1993
Talking to the BossFamily Leave Act - Comply Painlessly1993
Talking to the BossThe Realities of Legalities: Controlling Litigation Costs/Part I1992
Illinois Bar JournalSecular Solutions to Problems of Obtaining a Jewish Divorce1988

Education
School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Chicago Law SchoolN/AN/A1966
University of MichiganN/AN/A1963

Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
Annual Meeting, Chicago, IllinoisHow to Be More Than Just Another Lawyer: Ideas for Making Yourself Irreplaceable to Your Family Business Clients2010
Annual Conference, Chicago, IllinoisPreserving the Value of a Referee: How Advisors Can Preserve Relationships and Manage Lawyers During Litigation of Family Business Disputes2010
Conference, Rosemont, IllinoisThe Launching Pad2008
Annual Conference, Miami, FloridaWhen Talking Fails -- Minority Shareholders' Rights and Powers2007
Annual Conference, San Francisco, CaliforniaWhen Talking Fails: Minority Shareholder Strategies2006
Seminar, Chicago, IllinoisThe Essentials: What Family Business Advisors Need to Know2004
Conference, Boston, MassachusettsMaking Money: The Most Important Family Business Value2004
Annual Conference, Boston, MassachusettsWhen Talking Fails: Minority Shareholder Rights2004