Real estate practice co-chair Gary Plotnick has been appointed to the board of directors of the Anti-Defamation League of Greater Chicago/Upper Midwest. As part of the board, Plotnick will work with and advise the ADL on advancing its mission of fighting anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry, securing justice and fair treatment for all. His role will include involvement in committees, policy issues, lobbying and advocacy.
“We are thrilled to have Gary join our regional board as his background, interests and skill set will greatly assist our region and the league as a whole,” said Lonnie Nasatir, Regional Director, ADL.
Founded in Chicago in 1913, the Anti-Defamation League recently celebrated its 100th anniversary. With an array of educational, legislative, diplomatic, and interfaith initiatives, ADL acts as an important resource for the community at-large. The Greater Chicago/Upper Midwest chapter services Northern Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.
Plotnick’s legal practice includes real estate, business transactional, and community association law. He has experience in the areas of commercial real estate sales and acquisitions, development, debt and equity financing, including joint ventures, leasing and work-outs. He represents lenders and leasing companies in connection with both transactional and workout situations.
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