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.
George Sanders has also acquired significant experience working on family law matters, including divorce litigation and litigation before paternity courts. With respect to family law, he has worked on a wide range of divorce cases that have involved issues concerning custody, support, property valuation and division
Thomas J. Bacon concentrates his practice in 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 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.
John Yetter finished Northern Illinois University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Statistics, earning University Honors and NCAA Academic All-American status. He graduated in 1996 from the University of Dayton School of Law, earning University awards for his studies in Advocacy and Property Law while also giving time to the tax and disability law clinics.
Mr. Yetter’s practice is dedicated to complex litigation and appeals. In the last twenty years, he tried over forty jury trials as first chair counsel in addition to over one hundred bench trials and numerous administrative and regulatory hearings.
Ms. Johnson has dedicated her studies and career to family law, recognizing that every case is factually unique. She understands and focuses on personalized care for each client, working hard toward a positive outcome for you and your family. Ms. Johnson works hard with her clients to identify and achieve their goals in order for them to confidently begin a new chapter in their lives.
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