Julianne is a member of HMB’s Litigation group and concentrates her practice on commercial litigation.
Working with closely held businesses and their owners, Julianne regularly advises clients across a wide range of industries in all manners of business disputes in both state and federal courts. These include breach of contract, enforcement of restrictive covenants, trade secret litigation, conversion, fraud and breach of fiduciary duty.
Julianne also has extensive experience in a wide range of real estate litigation, including disputes arising out of the Illinois Condominium Property Act, the Illinois Residential Real Estate Disclosure Act, breach of real estate contract and the landlord-tenant relationship.
Dynamic and Professional
Clients appreciate Julianne’s tough and assertive advocacy for their needs while remaining professional. They value her responsiveness, attention to detail and “cut-to-the-chase” approach.
DePaul University, College of Law, J.D., Cum Laude (Received Certificate in Business Law)
University of Michigan, B.A. in Economics and Political Science
U.S. Northern District of Illinois
Chicago Bar Association
“Buying Foreclosed Condominiums: The Risk of Unpaid Assessments,” Illinois State Bar Journal, June 2018
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