Attorneys

With more than 20 years of experience as a lawyer, our founding attorney George M. Sanders understands how to work through divorce and other family law matters effectively and efficiently. He combines the training he received working for large law firms and the knowledge and experience he developed over the years with the personal touch of a small firm. In Chicago, Cook County, and the surrounding areas, including Evanston, Winnetka, Oak Park, and Skokie, our law firm works hard to get what is right for our clients.

Contact the Law Offices of George M. Sanders, P.C., today at 312-462-0324 to find out how one of our lawyers can put our extensive knowledge and personal care to work for you.

George M. Sanders

Alan Ghitterman

George Sanders has been a litigator for more than 20 years. He has spent a considerable portion of his practice working on a broad range of complex litigation matters including antitrust, trade secrets, consumer fraud, civil RICO, securities fraud and insurance coverage.

Thomas J. Bacon

Alan Ghitterman

Thomas J. Bacon concentrates his practice is representing clients in broad based commercial litigation and family law with first chair experience from intake through trial in substantive areas such as: shareholder derivative actions, restrictive employment covenants, breach of contract actions, commercial real estate disputes, antitrust and divorce. While in School, Thomas Bacon served as a Staff Editor with the John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law, which published his article, Caveat Bibliotheca: The First Sale Doctrine and the Future of Libraries after Costco v. Omega, 11 J. MARSHALL RE. INTELL. PROP. 414 (2012); additionally, he served as the Moot Court program's Chief Justice and competed nationally in several events.

Brian T. Coughlin

Brian is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago School of Law with a Certificate in Tax Law. While in school, Brian represented Loyola at the National Moot Court Tax Competition, where he earned the First Runner Up Best Brief award and the First Runner Up Oral Argument award. At the competition, Brian argued in front of Judge Lewis R. Carluzzo, Judge John F. Dean, and Judge Daniel A. Guy Jr. of the Federal Tax Court. Brian's colleagues recognized his advocacy skills and dedication to the Moot Court program and awarded him the 2015-16 Moot Court Student of the Year Award. Brian concentrates his practice in broad-based commercial litigation, including such areas as shareholder derivative actions and antitrust violations. In his free time, Brian enjoys reading, swimming, and being outdoors. In the summer of 2013, Brian successfully summited Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest peak on the African continent, as part of a charity climb in support of the Mailisita Foundation.