Charlie G. Giger

Before joining Partridge Partners, Charlie served first as a judicial extern and then as a law clerk for the Honorable […]
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Jordan Arnot Leahey

Jordan serves as an advisor who counsels clients about business needs and accomplishing overall goals. The role requires a balance […]
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Mark V.B. Partridge

Mark argued his first appellate case as a student volunteer for the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau at Harvard Law School. Since […]
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Michael Smetana

Michael Smetana has successfully represented clients in a myriad of complex real estate transactions including acquisitions, dispositions, developments, redevelopments, land […]
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Daniel J. Struck

Daniel Struck is a partner in the Chicago office of Culhane Meadows and is part of the firm’s Insurance and […]
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Kevin Trabaris

Kevin Trabaris is a corporate and commercial finance transactional attorney with experience representing banks, financial companies, equipment lessors, insurance companies […]
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Beth A. Fulkerson

Beth Fulkerson’s career has closely followed the development of the Internet – from deciding which traditional media laws applied to […]
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Larry D. Davie

Mr. Davie joins Culhane Meadows directly from his position as Senior Counsel in the Corporate and Insurance Regulatory and Transactional […]
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Angela Washelesky

Ms. Washelesky joined Culhane Meadows direct from her role as trademark chair of Reed Smith LLP’s Chicago office. Her practice focuses […]
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