Thompson Coburn LLP has selected Chicago partner Todd Rowden as an additional vice-chair of the firm’s Business Litigation Group.
Rowden joined Thompson Coburn in 2007 and litigates complex commercial cases involving financial services, real estate, commercial loan enforcement and foreclosures, construction contracts and the Uniform Commercial Code. He also handles deceptive business practice and fraud claims, restrictive covenants and trade secrets actions, injunctions, class action defense, title insurance litigation and complex injury cases.
“In his new role Todd will work closely with our business litigation group leaders and Chicago attorneys to build upon the significant litigation practice we’ve developed in Chicago,” said Thompson Coburn Chairman Tom Minogue. “As one of our most highly-respected, team-oriented trial attorneys, Todd is well-suited for this role.”
Rowden earned his law degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and graduated from the University of Michigan-Flint with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
He has been listed in the 2011 and 2010 editions of Chambers USA for Litigation: General Commercial-Illinois. Rowden was also named to the Law Bulletin Publishing Company's prestigious "40 Illinois Attorneys Under Forty to Watch" in 2003. He is a member and past president of the Rotary Club of Palatine, Illinois and currently serves as the Judge Coordinator for the Palatine Police Department’s Peer Jury Program.
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