Alex Moskovic is a trial lawyer with over 24 years experience. He devotes 100% of his practice to litigation, concentrating in the areas of family law, business/contract litigation and tenant/landlord disputes. Mr. Moskovic has earned a reputation in the legal community as a creative and determined problem solver, who refuses to accept that there is not a solution to every problem.
He has earned the trust and confidence of not only former clients, but also of numerous Judges in the community, and Chicago area attorneys who regularly refer and entrust their clients to his firm and of Judges in the community. This confidence has allowed Mr. Moskovic to enjoy 24 years as a named managing partner of three law firms. Mr. Moskovic has represented numerous individuals and businesses in complex litigation matters and trials, several of which were published in legal opinions and publications. For years, he has served as the Chairperson to Cook County arbitration proceedings where, as a Certified Arbiter, he presides over arbitration cases. He also served as Of Counsel to the Greater O’Hare Chamber of Industry and Commerce, a regional chamber of over 500 businesses, where he served as the chamber’s attorney for over 9 years.
Alex Moskovic was born in Chicago, Illinois. He graduated from Illinois State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in political science, a minor in speech communication, and a concentration in Spanish. He was frequently on the Dean’s List. He was a member of the ISU Mock Trial Team and a Board member of the ISU Law Club. Mr. Moskovic earned his Juris Doctor degree from Valparaiso University School of Law, where he earned the highest grade in the full-time class for Legal Research and Writing, and Course Honors in several classes, including Trial Advocacy, Advanced Trial Advocacy, and Pre-Trial Skills. Mr. Moskovic had the honor and privilege of working as a Law Clerk for a Justice of the Illinois Appellate Court – Fourth District, where he assisted the Justice in researching and writing legal opinions and presentations. Two of these writings became published opinions.
Bar Admissions: Illinois, 1993; U.S. District Court Northern District of Illinois, 1993; U.S. Court of Appeals 7th Circuit, 1997; U.S. District Court Northern District of Illinois Federal Trial Bar through May of 2017; U.S. Supreme Court, 2002 Mr. Moskovic enjoys spending time with his family and friends, traveling, exercising, playing chess, playing guitar and writing music. As a former wrestler and athlete throughout his life, Mr. Moskovic also thoroughly enjoys coaching youth wresting and football in the community
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