With Mayor Al Larson, Village Manager Brian Townsend and other village officials and business leaders on hand, Lavelle Law held a ribbon cutting to officially open their new main office in Schaumburg.
Located at 1933 North Meacham Road, the 6th floor offices will serve as the primary location for the 26 attorneys and more than two dozen staff members of the law firm
Managing Partner Ted McGinn welcomed those in attendance and made note of the firm's highly-regarded commitment to serving their local community.
"In addition to providing exceptional legal services across more than a dozen practice groups, everyone at Lavelle Law takes very seriously a commitment to serving the people, events and organizations in our community," McGinn said. "We look forward to being active contributors to our new neighbors in Schaumburg."
The firm moved into the 12,620 square foot space in early June under an 11-year lease agreement. The move greatly expands office space, the number of conference rooms, and parking capacity for employees and guests.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony was attended by a number of executives and employees of nearby businesses and members of the Schaumburg Business Association.
Lavelle was founded in 1989 as a single attorney practice with an emphasis on tax law. The firm has added more than a dozen practice groups including estate planning, business law, banking law, litigation, criminal, immigration, divorce and family law, commercial and residential real estate, and Lavelle Consulting. The firm has received numerous awards and commendations for their business success, their commitment to ethics, national recognition for their pro bono services, and multiple acknowledgements of the charitable work they do in the local communities.
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