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August 1, 2017, Chicago, IL. Enterprise Law Group, LLP (“ELG”) is pleased to announce that Pittacora Law Group, LLC (“PLG”) has combined with and into ELG, effective August 1, 2017. In connection with this combination, James R. (“Jim”) Pittacora has joined ELG as an equity partner and Julianne Dailey has joined ELG as an associate attorney. Jim is a commercial litigator and real estate attorney, with more than 20 years’ experience, who focuses on complex business litigation, mechanic lien and construction litigation, landlord-tenant law with an emphasis on landlord representation, and commercial and residential real estate transactions. Prior to joining ELG, Jim was the sole member of PLG. Prior to forming PLG, Jim was also a partner at Ungaretti & Harris (now Nixon Peabody LLP). The combination with PLG expands and strengthens ELG’s litigation and real estate practice areas.

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litigation and appealsEnterprise Law Group lawyers work closely with our clients to achieve their business objectives in a variety of claims and cases, ranging from breach of contract to intellectual property infringement and other complex disputes. Our attorneys combine their skills as advocates with their business acumen and judgment to provide clients with honest risk assessments, accurate cost estimates, and outstanding lawyering. We have the depth of intellectual and technical resources to handle the most complex litigation matters, and are nimble enough to staff smaller disputes with superior efficiency.

We pride ourselves on embracing technology, accessing the latest software and hardware tools to search hundreds of thousands of pages of documents at the click of a mouse. As a result, we can staff cases more leanly than less technologically sophisticated firms, reducing costs to our clients while simultaneously increasing our effectiveness.

We practice in state and federal courts nationally, at both the trial and appellate levels. We also actively participate in alternative dispute resolution mechanisms such as arbitrations and mediations.