To chase, follow or take legal action against someone or something etc in order to catch them, attack them or to get a legal remedy etc.
Federal Bar Association
42 years of experience
Bankruptcy, Real Estate Law, Business Law, Appeals & Appellate, Foreclosure Defense, Legal Malpractice, Arbitration & Mediation
Ariel Weissberg is the managing partner of Weissberg and Associates, Ltd., 401 South LaSalle Street, Suite 403, Chicago, Illinois, 60605. Weissberg and Associates, Ltd. concentrates in the areas of business and commercial litigation, transactional matters and all aspects of insolvency and financial distress, including bankruptcy, loan work-outs and foreclosures. Mr. Weissberg founded Weissberg and Associates in July, 1984. Since then, he has built a varied and loyal clientele, comprised of small to medium-sized to publicly traded businesses, and individuals. He is sought out for complex business and financial planning, especially relating to credit facilities and crisis-management, and high-risk litigation. Beyond that, Mr. Ariel Weissberg is engaged as an expert witness in legal malpractice cases involving claims emanating from real estate and bankruptcy-related matters. Also, he serves as general counsel in senior management to a number of businesses, including well-established businesses engaged in real estate finance and development. Mr. Weissberg’s practice is concentrated in real estate matters, particularly real estate litigation and transactional work, with an emphasis in financially distressed real estate and insolvency. Mr. Weissberg is a trial lawyer, having litigated in state, federal and bankruptcy courts in Illinois relating to legal malpractice; industrial espionage and patent infringement; alter-ego, piercing the corporate veil and fraudulent conveyance litigation; bankruptcy discharge and dischargeability litigation; residential, commercial and industrial foreclosures; real estate reorganizations and hospitality reorganizations; real estate mortgage fraud actions; landlords matters relating to residential and commercial forcible entry and detainer actions and other lease disputes; in breach of real estate contract actions; mechanics lien foreclosure actions; residential and commercial lease disputes, including evictions; and representing credito View More ›
English: Spoken, Written
B.A. (1976) | History and Sociology