Cliff has represented companies in both civil and criminal cases and in many... more
Cliff has represented companies in both civil and criminal cases and in many corporate transactions. He has spoken and delivered papers on dispute resolution in Paris (product liability), London (arbitration), Cambridge (arbitration), Tokyo (intellectual property dispute management), Berlin (computerized systems for lawyers), Hong Kong (mock trial), and Montreux (agency trials). Copies of all o... view profile
Brandon Peck practices in the areas of trust litigation, probate litigation,... more
Brandon Peck practices in the areas of trust litigation, probate litigation, fiduciary defense litigation, elder law, and estate administration, with an emphasis on contested trusts and estates. He represents individuals, families, financial institutions, and medical institutions. Brandon graduated from the University of Illinois in 2006, receiving a Bachelor's degree in Political Science... view profile
I am the past president of the 22,000 member Chicago Bar Association (CBA) and... more
I am the past president of the 22,000 member Chicago Bar Association (CBA) and founder of the Elder Law Committee of the CBA. I authored chapters on guardianship litigation and will contests for the Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education and my firm was hired by the city of Chicago's Department on Aging to re-write the elder abuse and neglect act. I have been chosen as an Illinois Sup... view profile
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