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April 19, 2014
  • 312-346-8380
  • www.lplegal.com
  • Formed in 1999, Levenfeld Pearlstein (LP) is a model of inspiration and dedication in a world where many young law firms struggle to find their niche and path to success. The Firm was born of the desire to create a different kind of law firm, one driven to succeed through well-honed and entrepreneurial business sense and governed by the values that guide each of us in our private lives.

    Levenfeld Pearlstein differs dramatically both in terms of approach and technical skills. Top talent and an entrepreneurial setting translate into the sophisticated skills and resources of a big firm in a more manageable environment. We expertly navigate complex real estate deals, huge national business transactions, and fierce bet-the-company litigation, and do it with small-firm personal service, fewer layers of lawyers, precise dedicated client teams, greater top-level partner involvement, and more efficiency. We offer the same level of skill and expertise without the bitter big-firm aftertaste.

    Further, we understand what it means to run a business. Many of our attorneys are CPAs, MBAs and have previously worked in the industries they now serve. Ultimately, it is our business savvy that sets us apart. Our focus is on the business strategy and long-term goals of our clients, as well as their short-term needs, and we work together as business strategists and advisors. We value innovation, creativity and attention to the smallest detail -- stellar customer service.

    Our attorneys do what they do best – focus on you the client, your business and your legal matters. Our business people manage the business with a support team comprised of experts in client service. How we run LP and the strength of our unique culture matters to our clients.

    In addition, we strive to create an environment for our employees that is both supportive and encouraging. LP was named one of the Best Places to Work in Illinois, by Business Ledger -- the only law firm to receive this distinction – in both 2007, 2008 and 2009.

Contributing authors from Levenfeld Pearlstein, LLC:

James is of counsel and leads the firm's Environmental Law Service Group. He is an environmental lawyer with over 20 years of experience representing corporate clients, government bodies...
Kerry Davidson is an associate in the Labor & Employment Service Group and Litigation Practice Group. She represents and serves as counselor to employers in the many facets of...
Tom is a partner in the Real Estate & Finance Practice Group and the Restructuring & Insolvency Service Group. He is experienced in a variety of real estate transactions, but...
Amy is a partner in the firm's Real Estate & Finance Practice Group focusing on acquisitions, dispositions and leasing. Amy represents both institutional and entrepreneurial...
David Solomon is a partner in the Corporate Practice Group. David has extensive experience in transactions involving the use of an Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOP) to facilitate the...
Kurt is a trial lawyer and Chair of the Litigation Practice Group, where he focuses his practice on product liability and mass/toxic tort litigation, corporate internal investigations and...
Michael Tuchman is a partner in the Corporate Practice Group and leads the Taxation Service Group and the Exchange Service Group, concentrating in corporate mergers and...

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