Chicago Ownership Dispute Lawyers


Tomlinson & Shapiro, P.C. is a Chicago law firm experienced in dealing with various types of ownership disputes affecting businesses and individuals.  We advise clients regarding business matters such as shareholder/member/partner disputes, fiduciary duty litigation, trade secrets, securities, business formation, commercial transactions, company governance and more. Our experienced business litigation attorneys work with clients of every size, from large corporations to family-owned companies and start-up enterprises. Tomlinson & Shapiro, P.C. provides the legal help necessary for your business to avoid and resolve ownership disputes and other business litigation.

When it comes to business issues regarding ownership disputes and ownership rights, Tomlinson & Shapiro, P.C. is a Chicago-based business litigation law firm that will help your business avoid, resolve and defend business ownership disputes. We invite you to call our Chicago law office at 312.715.8770 to make an appointment for a complimentary consultation.

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Michael Shapiro
(312) 715-8770