George is an experienced trial attorney. He began his career as an Assistant State’s Attorney for Cook County, Criminal Division (1975-1979), and then became a member of the law firm of Bilandic, Neistein, Richman, Hauslinger and Young, where he practiced in commercial and corporate litigation (1979-1986). After serving as a member of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (1986-2003), George was of counsel to Young, Finkel & Silbert, Ltd. before joining SFNR in an of counsel capacity.
Ron began practicing law in 1972 as an estate and tax planning attorney and representing a wide variety of industries and professions. Ron has served as a guest lecturer on Estate Planning for Retirement Plan Distributions at John Marshall Law School, and has made presentations on estate planning at seminars for accounting firms and the Chicago Bar Association, including its Trust Law Committee.
Joel Stein protects his clients’ interests in a wide variety of transactions, from aviation and maritime to real estate and moving inventory. Clients rely on Joel to guide them in enforcing their rights or protecting and preserving their interests through the negotiation and documentation of work out arrangements.