|IL||Active And Authorized To Practice Law||2000||11/22/2016|
|Partner||Chitkowski Law Offices||2000 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Illinois Home Builders Association, HomeBuilders of Greater Chicago||Member||2006 - Present|
|Decalogue (Jewish) Society of Lawyers||Member||2004 - Present|
|Illinois State Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Illinois Concrete-I.C.I., Inc. v. Storefitters, Inc., 397 Ill. App. 3d 798 (2nd Dist. 2010)||The Court held that if a party sends demand to file suit, pursuant to Section 34 of the Mechanic Lien Act, 770 ILCS 60/1, to a lien claimant, then the party sending the Demand to File Suit has waived its right to arbitration.|
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|Small Business Advocacy Council, Construction Subcomittee||Home Builder still liable for Implied Warranty of Habitability to Subsequent Purchaser and resulting damages||2015|
|Building News/HomeBuilders Association of Greater Chicago||A PROPER TERMINATION POLICY WILL SAVE YOUR COMPANY TIME AND MONEY, AND PREVENT ANY FURTHER DISRUPTION OF YOUR BUSINESS||2014|
|Building News/HomeBuilders Association of Greater Chicago||THE CYPRESS CREEK BILL EVENS THE PLAYING FIELD FOR GENERAL AND SUBCONTRACTORS WITH THE BANKS FOR PAYMENT OF IMPROVEMENTS TO A PROPERTY||2013|
|Building News/HomeBuilders Association of Greater Chicago||BE WARY OF THE CHANGES TO THE ILLINOIS MECHANICS LIEN ACT WHICH MAY EFFECT YOUR ABILTIY TO ENFORCE YOUR LIEN RIGHTS||2013|
|Public Utilities & Transportation Law||Seventh Circuit addresses COGSA, the Hague Rules and Illinois bailment law in non-Carmack cargo litigation||2003|
|Public Utilities & Transportation Law||Seventh Circuit sets standards for measuring Carmack damages||2003|
|DePaul University College of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2000|
|Northern Illinois University||Sociology||BS - Bachelor of Science||1994|
|Construction Subcommittee||Legal Developments 2015||2015|
|Construction Committee||Construction Contract Documentation and Change Orders||2013|
Posted by anonymous
Corey was very patient reviewing and discussing a mechanic's lien on a residential remodel. His experience and knowledge of business and construction law is quite evident. I appreciate his expertise with my contractor dispute and will highly recommend his services to others.
Posted by PM
I consulted Corey about a renovation project. He gave me invaluable advice, that helped me establish much better communication with our contractor. Thanks to Corey's guidance we came to a mutually beneficial understanding. Also, Corey was incredibly kind.
Posted by Kevin
I own a real estate/property management company. Corey Stern is our corporate attorney who handles of our legal matters, transactions and litigation. He is prompt, extremely knowledgeable and provides advice that I can actually use in my business. Most importantly, he provides me with information that I need to know. He doesn't just answer the questions that I have, but also advises me of the questions that I should be asking.