Stephen A. Glickman is an experienced Chicago employment law attorney who has... more
Stephen A. Glickman is an experienced Chicago employment law attorney who has successfully represented businesses, executives, and other employees in all areas of employment law for over 25 years. He brings talent, skill, knowledge, and experience to the table, along with a personalized approach to the practice of law. Mr. Glickman has an extensive employment law litigation background in f... view profile
Over 25 years of legal experience in representing employees and small business... more
Over 25 years of legal experience in representing employees and small business employers in Chicago in Employment Law; Discrimination; ADA, Sexual Harassment; Wrongful Termination; Negotiating Employment and Severance Agreements.Admitted to practice in the State of Illinois in 1984. Admitted to practice before U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois Trial Bar; U.S. Court of Appeals, ... view profile
I am a "Fellow" in the American College of Labor and Employment Lawyers, am rated "5"... more
I am a "Fellow" in the American College of Labor and Employment Lawyers, am rated "5" out of "5" or "preeminent" by Martindale-Hubbell in peer review and client review. I am a three-time Chair of the Chicago Bar Association Civil Rights Committee, was selected to help write the OFCCP Regulations to the Older Worker Benefit Protection Act of 1990, and help write the Seventh Circuit Jury Instruct... view profile
I am a unique lawyer who answers his own phone and takes each case from start to... more
I am a unique lawyer who answers his own phone and takes each case from start to finish. I am very involved in technology and I have lectured in over 40 countries on a variety of issues. I am very involved in the Illinois State Bar Association and I stay current on employment related issues including sexual harassment and hostile work environment.
Ms. Choate earned her A. B. from the University of Chicago, with a double major in... more
Ms. Choate earned her A. B. from the University of Chicago, with a double major in History and Law, Letters, and Society in 2001. In 2004, she was awarded her Juris Doctor from Loyola University Chicago School of Law. During law school, she earned a place on the schools Mediation Team, served as the Student Articles Editor for the Loyola University Chicago International Law Review, and served a... view profile
Kristin M. Caseis the founding Member of The Case Law Firm.She is admitted to... more
Kristin M. Caseis the founding Member of The Case Law Firm.She is admitted to practice law in Illinois as well as Missouri and before the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, the Illinois Supreme Court, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals and the Missouri Supreme Court.Ms. Case has extensive experience representing clients during employment negotiations, before a... view profile
Jim has extensive experience representing employers in many different industries.... more
Jim has extensive experience representing employers in many different industries. His practice covers all aspects of labor and employment law including collective bargaining, arbitration, NLRB matters, litigation avoidance, and employment discrimination litigation before the agencies and courts. Jim has served as Chair of Vedder Price's Traditional Labor Practice Group (1994-2006). On the l... view profile
If you feel you've been discriminated against at your workplace based on your personal beliefs or the way you look or act, you may require the services of a discrimination lawyer. Because most people need to work to earn a living, many employment laws exist to prohibit discrimination based on nationality, weight, height, disability, ethnicity, sexual preference, age, religion, or even military status. Discrimination lawyers can tell you which laws apply to your particular situation and what legal solutions are available to you.