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DuPage County Real Estate Lawyers Serving Clients Across Northeast Illinois
Cook County Attorneys Representing Clients in a Broad Spectrum of Legal Areas
The Law Offices of Joseph P. Berglund, P.C., provides cost-effective, results-driven legal representation to businesses. Based in Oak Brook, we serve clients in DuPage County and northeast Illinois. We provide a wide range of legal services to our clients, including:
Business law: We handle various types of transactional and commercial litigation matters for businesses of all sizes. In our litigation practice, we represent clients in state and federal courts and in administrative hearings.
Construction law: Our law firm stands ready to represent any party involved in a construction project, including owners, general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers. We have substantial experience in this field and are able to guide clients through even the most difficult projects.
Real estate: We facilitate residential and commercial real estate transactions, including closings on the sale and purchase of residential homes, multifamily housing and commercial buildings. Additionally, our real estate litigation practice resolve disputes involving residential and commercial properties, landlord-tenant disputes, fraud, specific performance and misrepresentation.
Labor and employment law disputes: Our law firm resolves a wide range of employment law problems, including wage and hour disputes, employment agreements, noncompete agreements and buy-sell agreements. We also represent businesses that have been charged with unfair labor practices by the National Labor Relations Board.
Condominium law: We advise and counsel condominium boards and homeowners associations on various matters.
ERISA litigation: Our lawyers represent businesses facing all types of ERISA complaints and pension fund disputes. We have particular experience representing businesses in claims involving withdrawal liability.
Workers' compensation defense: We provide legal services to employers, insurance companies, third-party administrators and self-insured/self-administered companies in all stages of the workers' compensation process.