Harold Stotland is a graduate of the University of Chicago, where he received his... more
Harold Stotland is a graduate of the University of Chicago, where he received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1961. He received his Law Degree, with Honors, from John Marshall Law School [http://www.jmls.edu/] in 1964. He concentrates his practice in the field of Creditors Rights, and has represented commercial and consumer creditors, both secured and unsecured. He has also represented trustees ... view profile
Greg Czaicki joined Walinski Associates, P.C. as an Associate Attorney, in June of... more
Greg Czaicki joined Walinski Associates, P.C. as an Associate Attorney, in June of 2010, and concentrates his practice in: breach of contract and collections matters, bankruptcy, mortgage foreclosures, post-judgment collections, and out-of-court settlements. He received his bachelors degree from Loyola University of Chicago in 1999,cum laude,and his law degree from IIT-Chicago-Kent College of ... view profile
Our goal is to provide you with quality service today! Teller, Levit and Silvertrust,... more
Our goal is to provide you with quality service today! Teller, Levit and Silvertrust, P.C. (founded in 1920 by Caroll Teller, Louis Levit and Leon Silvertrust) has specialized in the practice of commercial law since its inception. From its headquarters in the heart of Chicago, TL&S serves commercial creditors throughout the United States and internationally. --- Mr. Posen graduated from L... view profile
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