Peter M. Storm has over 20 years of litigation experience in Illinois. He graduated with distinction from the John Marshall Law School in May 1985 and was admitted to the practice of law in the State of Illinois in the fall of that year. He is also admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, and the Federal Court for the Northern District of Illinois. While a law student, Peter served as the Chief Law Clerk for the Judges of the 16th Judicial Circuit Court, and was an active member of and author for the John Marshall Law Review. He joined the firm in 1985 as an associate and became a partner in 1995. Peter has extensive experience in libel and related matters having served as litigation counsel in Illinois for The Copley Press and numerous daily newspapers for over fifteen years. He also has significant experience and background in various aspects of commercial litigation including shareholder and partnership dissolution actions, contested estate and trust matters, land use and real estate litigation. In addition to continuing to represent a wide variety of clients in various litigation matters, Peter now devotes a portion of his practice to business formation and planning, and a variety of estate and trust matters from the unique perspective of a litigator.Read less
Honors: With Distinction
Law Review: John Marshall Law Review, Member and Author
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