2016 Recipient of a CVLS Distinguished Service Award for outstanding pro bono work on behalf of low-income clients.
Admitted to the Illinois State Bar, 1995.
Admitted to the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, 1995.
Adjunct Professor, College of DuPage, Business and Technology Division.
Former in-house counsel at a Fortune 5oo insurance company.
Member of the Chicago Bar Association, the Illinois State Bar Association, American Bar Association, and the Bohemian Lawyers Association of Chicago.
Tenacious. I am a zealous advocate for my clients. I will work aggressively to advance your goals and interests, and promptly communicate all important developments in your case.
Conscientious. I will provide an honest evaluation of your case, uphold the highest ethical standards, and maintain strict confidentiality in all our communications.
Innovative. As a life-long learner, I constantly look for new ways to solve my clients’ problems. I also search for new ways to harness technology to provide the best service.
Landlords often hear this upon serving an eviction notice. Tenants who are behind on rent payments are often under severe financial pressure, and it is quite common for such tenants to seek protection from the bankruptcy courts. In some cases, tenants also see bankruptcy law as a way to delay or avoid eviction. But although […]
I hear this from new clients all winter long: “my tenant told me I can’t evict them because it’s winter!” Nonsense! You absolutely can file an eviction action any time of year, regardless of the season. The confusion seems to arise from the so-called “winter moratorium” on enforcement of orders for possession. The Circuit Court of […]
“Evan represented a landlord desperate to evict a dangerous tenant who was threatening him. Evan got the Order of Possession entered, helping the client through to the sheriff’s eviction. Then he advised her to change locks and gave her advice about future rentals. His most recent case was a simple bankruptcy for a young client […]