Craig C. Bradley, Vice Chair of the firm’s Venture Capital & Emerging Growth Companies practice, is one of Chicago’s leading attorneys for emerging companies. He represents a broad array of businesses, entrepreneurs and investors in venture capital, seed-stage, private equity and debt financings, mergers and acquisitions, corporate organizational and governance matters, securities law, license agreements, partnering and other arrangements for the sharing of technology and industrial know-how, intellectual property protection and key employee compensation agreements and plans. Craig has a special focus on serving as primary outside counsel for emerging software, life sciences, Internet, communications and other technology companies.
Patrick Brennan is a member of the firm’s Real Estate practice group, where he helps clients accomplish their business objectives while navigating the transactional and legal issues associated with commercial real estate acquisitions, dispositions, leases, and financings. He devotes a substantial portion of his practice to representing lenders in structuring, negotiating, documenting, and completing commercial real estate and construction and development loans.
Evan Brown advises companies of all sizes on matters pertaining to technology, intellectual property and privacy. His practice covers a wide range of related issues, such as licensing, online services, cloud-based technology, data security, social media, copyright and trademark protection and advertising.
Harold Hilborn draws on his extensive trial and appellate practice to help pharmacies, pharmacists and other healthcare providers resolve their most pressing business and regulatory disputes. Harold provides effective compliance and litigation counsel in the full range of industry issues, including disciplinary and licensing matters, self-referral, anti-kickback and prescription-drug marketing laws, and contract disputes.
Jeffrey A. Jung is a corporate and transactional attorney who represents private and public corporations, financial institutions and investment banks in a wide variety of securities, finance and general corporate matters. Jeff leverages more than 25 years of experience to protect the best interests of borrowers and lenders engaged in traditional lending, asset securitization and structured finance transactions.
Tom Koessl defends corporations and individuals against employment-related claims, helping businesses and executives avoid or minimize the financial and public-relations costs associated with such disputes. Tom has represented small, large and multinational corporations, as well as CEOs and high-profile leaders, in numerous federal and state courts and in administrative proceedings. His work is broad ranging. In addition to helping clients address allegations of race, sex and national-origin discrimination, he provides counsel on matters such as breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract, securities, environmental contamination, defamation, and legal and accounting malpractice lawsuits.
Scott M. Lapins helps businesses, banks and institutional lenders negotiate, document and close the full range of real estate development, financing, purchase and sale transactions. Scott also represents lenders in complex loan workouts, restructurings, deed-in-lieu of foreclosure transactions and other matters involving distressed assets.
Ned Milenkovich, co-chair of the firm’s Health Care practice, helps health care and drug & pharmacy clients meet the demands of federal and state regulators, strengthen their positions in a highly competitive marketplace, and resolve a broad range of commercial disputes. Ned represents businesses of all sizes, with a focus on companies with interests and operations throughout the drug-supply chain.
Robert Morgan is a health care regulatory and policy attorney with extensive experience in public service and the private sector. Bob helps hospitals, health systems, consulting firms, pharmacies, advocacy groups and other clients better understand the effects of federal and state health care reform legislation, ensure compliance with evolving regulatory requirements, implement industry best practices, and navigate complex relationships between lawmakers, government officials and law-enforcement agencies.
Kristin Nordman works with clients to document, negotiate and close multimillion-dollar commercial real estate transactions and financings, and to resolve related business disputes. Kristin’s clients include real estate entrepreneurs, funds and developers, property management companies, financial institutions and other business entities. She has helped facilitate numerous acquisitions and dispositions and regularly drafts commercial and industrial leases, contractor and land-trust agreements, and asset purchase and sale agreements.
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Since Much Shelist was founded in 1970, we've maintained a strategy of intelligent growth that acknowledges and anticipates our clients' evolving needs. While some firms compete on size alone, we act in our clients' best interests by adding attorneys and skill sets that offer specific, value-added services.
We take great care in choosing the attorneys who join our team. Most attorneys who join our firm have more than a decade of real-world, practical experience. Even our associates generally join the firm with a strong background in specific legal disciplines and come to us ready to hit the ground running.
We are pleased that the following attorneys have joined Much Shelist during the past year.