MICHAEL J. BOXERMAN | CHICAGO FRANCHISE ATTORNEY

Education
JD, Washington University (1995) (Member, Washington University Law Quarterly and recipient of the Gerald K. Presberg Scholar in Law Award)
BA, Northwestern University, Political Science (1991)

Admissions
State of Illinois
State of Missouri
Northern District of Illinois
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Affiliations
American Bar Association and its Forum on Franchising
Chicago Bar Association

Distinctions
Co-author, “Franchise Renewals: Considerations for Franchisors and Franchisees,” 19 Franchise Law Journal 2 (Fall 1999)
Speaker, Chicago Bar Association’s 2008 “Fundamentals of Franchising”
Co-speaker, ABA’s 2009 Forum on Franchising, “Recent Trends in Litigating Non-Competition Agreements”
Co-speaker, ABA’s 2011 Forum on Franchising, “The Fight Over Where to Fight: Removal, Transfer Of Venue and Compelling Arbitration"
Martindale-Hubbell® AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated

Biography

Michael is experienced in helping clients avoid disputes before they happen. But when they do, he uses his nearly twenty years of litigation experience to resolve franchise, business, corporate, real estate and employment disputes in state and federal courts as well as through arbitration and mediation.

Michael also counsels individuals and businesses in a wide range of complex corporate matters. He represents clients in the purchase and sale of businesses, managing franchises and franchise systems, the preparation of operating and partnership agreements, lease negotiations, employment matters and general corporate transactions.

Michael is an accomplished author and speaker, often participating in franchise programs with the American Bar Association’s Forum on Franchising and the Chicago Bar Association.

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Education
JD, Washington University (1995) (Member, Washington University Law Quarterly and recipient of the Gerald K. Presberg Scholar in Law Award)
BA, Northwestern University, Political Science (1991)

Admissions
State of Illinois
State of Missouri
Northern District of Illinois
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Affiliations
American Bar Association and its Forum on Franchising
Chicago Bar Association

Distinctions
Co-author, “Franchise Renewals: Considerations for Franchisors and Franchisees,” 19 Franchise Law Journal 2 (Fall 1999)
Speaker, Chicago Bar Association’s 2008 “Fundamentals of Franchising”
Co-speaker, ABA’s 2009 Forum on Franchising, “Recent Trends in Litigating Non-Competition Agreements”
Co-speaker, ABA’s 2011 Forum on Franchising, “The Fight Over Where to Fight: Removal, Transfer Of Venue and Compelling Arbitration"
Martindale-Hubbell® AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated

Biography

Michael is experienced in helping clients avoid disputes before they happen. But when they do, he uses his nearly twenty years’ of litigation experience to resolve franchise, business, corporate, real estate and employment disputes in state and federal courts as well as through arbitration and mediation.

Michael also counsels individuals and businesses in a wide range of complex corporate matters. He represents clients in the purchase and sale of businesses, managing franchises and franchise systems, the preparation of operating and partnership agreements, lease negotiations, employment matters and general corporate transactions.

Michael is an accomplished author and speaker, often participating in franchise programs with the American Bar Association’s Forum on Franchising and the Chicago Bar Association.