Brad S. Grayson

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Brad S. Grayson

Fax: (847) 562-1422

Brad concentrates his practice in the area of litigation and has experience in such matters as: breach of contract claims; business tort claims; trust and estate controversies; fraud and misrepresentation suits; shareholder remedy actions; partnership disputes; breach of fiduciary duty suits; employment contract and discrimination claims; bank and other financial institution litigation; real estate, construction and condominium litigation; trade secrets and unfair competition claims; fraudulent transfer actions; class actions; consumer fraud, product liability, defamation and other tort claims; professional liability and malpractice claims; guardianship matters; and insurance coverage disputes.

Brad has extensive experience and has worked with a variety of clients. He has conducted many trials and evidentiary hearings and has argued numerous appeals in both the state and federal courts. In addition to litigating disputes, Brad consults with clients on a broad range of business issues and has drafted a number of employment agreements for his clients with a focus on restrictive covenants and confidentiality provisions. Brad’s clients include banks and other financial institutions, closely-held companies and successful individuals. Brad previously practiced law with three major Chicago law firms and was a partner in two of them.


  • Loyola University of Chicago, J.D. (1987)
  • University of Chicago, M.A. (1984)
  • University of Michigan, B.A. (1981)

Licensed to Practice

  • Illinois
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
  • United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois

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