Aaron A. De Angelis

Aaron A. De Angelis

Associate

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175 West Jackson Boulevard Suite 1600
Chicago, Illinois 60604-2827

Mr. De Angelis concentrates his practice in auto and premises liability and commercial litigation. He also provides individual services, such as estate planning and real estate.

Mr. De Angelis previously worked at another local law firm where his practice included representing individuals and businesses in a variety of matters. In his litigation practice, Mr. De Angelis has handled major commercial foreclosure litigation, as well as breach of contract matters. He also has represented clients in auto and premises liability claims.

Following law school, Mr. De Angelis served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Michael J. Powers of the 12th Judicial Circuit Court of Will County. During law school, he served the elder communities of Lansing and East Lansing, Michigan, by providing legal services through an internship with Sixty Plus, Inc. He also served as an intern for the City of Chicago, Department of Planning and Development.

 

Education


Thomas M. Cooley Law School, JD, 2008

DePaul University, BS, 2000

 

Practice Areas


Auto Liability

Commercial Litigation

Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts, and Probate

Premises Liability

Real Estate

 

Bar and Court Admissions


Illinois, 2008

 

Memberships


Illinois State Bar Association

DuPage County Bar Association

Will County Bar Association

 

Publications


Court Holds Corporate Defendants Must Be Represented By Attorney At Administrative Hearings

QUED IN - Court Finds Agreement Only Terminable By Mutual Consent Unenforceable

Contract Which Can Be Terminated By Mutual Agreement Unenforceable

Repairs Do Not Extend Time to Make Claim

Clarification of Responses to Requests to Admit Regarding the Reasonableness and Necessity of Medical Expenses

Tackling the Contact-Sports Exception to the Standard of Ordinary Care

Building On The Illinois Business Enterprise Program For Minorities