Employment and Business Law for
Professionals, Individuals, and Business Entities
Mr. Yeggy leads the partnership in litigation matters.
Mr. Yeggy takes a practical approach to litigation. He seeks to resolve disputes in a timely and cost effective manner that minimizes the stress of litigation.
Mr. Yeggy maintains an emphasis on employment disputes and civil rights claims, but litigates a wide variety of other claims. He has represented both employees and employers on claims involving race and age discrimination, retaliation, unpaid wages and overtime, and separation agreements. He has also handled appeals in both state and federal court.
Mr. Yeggy believes that an attorney has an obligation to the community. He regularly provides pro bono representation to clients, not just because it is the right thing to do, but also because there is a need. He offers zealous representation with warm and understanding counseling.
Mr. Yeggy understands the interests of the common worker and businessman alike and uses this understanding to negotiate fair and equitable settlements in disputes. He knows life can be complex no matter the individual and he seeks to make it better for everyone despite his drive to win for his clients.
Mr. Yeggy graduated from the University of Notre Dame Law School in 1998. He is licensed to practice in both Illinois and Indiana. He has practiced in Illinois and Indiana state courts, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, the United States District Court of the Northern District of Indiana, and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana.
He is a member of the Chicago Bar Association.
William Love leads the partnership in business law matters.
Mr. Love’s practice has largely focused on hammering out agreements and advising boards and directors with an emphasis in preventative solutions to problems in directors and officer’s liability. With a background in technology, statistics, and science, he has advised a wide variety of clients including doctors, directors, and nonprofits.
Mr. Love has worked on a variety of matters. Some of the more interesting items include fraud identification, prevention, and security; protecting intellectual property rights by alternate methods of contract; statistical and economic effects of laws and provisions; and a comprehensive analysis, review, and integration of laws, cases, and best practices pertaining to representing corporate officers, directors, managers, and trustees.
Mr. Love counsels clients using a business-like approach to his practice of law, believing that results matter and everyone should be afforded the chance for competent representation. Some of his pro bono work has been in defending clients from police brutality, mistakes by government, and counseling families.
Mr. Love has practiced under the law of Illinois since 2009 and graduated from Loyola University Chicago School of Law after passing the bar in 2007 He focus is on negotiation, litigation, alternative dispute resolution, and business law. He graduated from Northwestern University in 2001 with papers analyzing the course of terrorism and drugs in the Middle East, and the changing structures of political parties within the US.
He previously was employed as a business consultant, statistical analyst, researcher, and writer. He routinely judges the ABA Law Student Division National Appellate Advocacy Competition. He is a member of the American Bar Association and the Illinois Bar Association.