Mr. Love’s practice has largely focused on hammering out agreements and advising... more
Mr. Love’s practice has largely focused on hammering out agreements and advising boards and directors with an emphasis in preventative solutions to problems in directors and officer’s liability. With a background in technology, statistics, and science, he has advised a wide variety of clients including doctors, directors, and nonprofits. Mr. Love has worked on a variety of matters. Some of th... view profile
Andrew Maratea focuses his practice in Real Estate Law, Debt Collection/Creditors’... more
Andrew Maratea focuses his practice in Real Estate Law, Debt Collection/Creditors’ Rights, and Commercial Litigation. Specifically, commercial leasing, landlord/tenant law, forcible entry and detainer actions, contract disputes, debtor/creditor litigation and enforcement, mechanic’s lien disputes, easement issues, specific performance matters, zoning ordinance violations, and property ownership... view profile
I am an attorney concentrating my practice in the areas of Fair Debt Collection... more
I am an attorney concentrating my practice in the areas of Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and breach of warranty litigation, and handle consumer/debtor complaints throughout the states of Illinois and Florida. I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Spanish, with honors, from Illinois Wesleyan University, in May of 2000. I went on to earn my Juris Doctor from Chicago-Ke... view profile
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