Attorney Michael Pisano Joins Ice Miller’s Litigation Group
Ice Miller LLP is pleased to announce that Michael Pisano has joined the Firm as an associate in the Litigation group. He concentrates his practice in prosecuting and defending civil litigation matters. Michael represents clients in a wide variety of litigation matters with an emphasis in representing professionals in the construction area including owners, developers, designers and general contractors. He also has experience in defending consumer claims brought against clients in regard to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) laws and defending employers in employee disputes.
“As we continue to grow our Illinois offices, we are excited to have Michael join the firm,” said Dave Hight, DuPage office managing partner at Ice Miller. “Michael’s varied litigation experience in the construction and class action arena complements nicely our current litigation attorneys’ practices.”
Mike has been recognized by Super Lawyers as a “Rising Star” for the last three years. He is an active member of the Justinian Society of Lawyers serving on the Executive and Newsletter committees. He received his J.D., magna cum laude
, from The John Marshall Law School and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dominican University.
About Ice Miller LLP
Founded in 1910, Ice Miller LLP is an Am Law 200 Firm with a nationally recognized reputation in many of its practice areas. Ice Miller offers a broad array of capabilities in virtually all areas of legal practice including: corporate, patents and trademarks, bankruptcy, lobbying, labor and employment, litigation, employee benefits, environment, tax, trusts and estates, real estate, municipal finance and government law. With offices in Bloomington, Ill.; Chicago; Cleveland; Columbus; DuPage County, Ill.; Indianapolis; New York; and Washington, D.C., the Firm has more than 300 lawyers and 40 paraprofessionals.
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