MATTHEW A. WOOD
Matt is a litigation attorney who has represents clients in civil lawsuits from pre-litigation negotiations through trial. Matt creates a tailored strategy for each matter based upon the client's goals, risk tolerance, and amount-in-controversy.
From Elk Grove Village, Illinois
Law School Notre Dame
Matt represents businesses and individuals in legal disputes. He has represented entities in the construction, consulting, environmental, healthcare, childcare, staffing, supply-chain, technology, trucking, and transportation fields. He also represents shareholders, limited liability company members, and partners in conflicts regarding their business interests.
VERONICA N. VALLADARES
Veronica represents clients in civil litigation. She represents an array of businesses ranging from contractors to healthcare service providers. She also represents shareholders, partners, and limited liability company members in intra-company conflicts.
From Denville, New Jersey
Law School New York Law School
Originally from the East Coast, Veronica graduated from New York Law School where she was a member of the New York Law School Law Review and the Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Team. Veronica holds a bachelor's degree in English and Psychology from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.
ALEXANDER C. ION
Alex is a litigator who focuses his practice on healthcare law, employment disputes, and commercial litigation. He serves Of Counsel to Litico Law Group. Alex is also the principal of Ion Law. Alex has represented and advised businesses ranging from Fortune 500 companies to sole proprietorships and closely-held companies.
From Carol Stream, Illinois
Law School University of Illinois
During his time at well-regarded national law firm, Alex successfully defended and pursued complex litigation claims in federal courts, state courts, and administrative agencies.
He also served as a regulatory legal advisor for a Chicago healthcare consulting firm and worked at a hospital network in Illinois where he created the legal framework facilitating the creation of an Accountable Care Organization.
Alex also worked in-house at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, investigating internal discrimination claims, accommodations, and related matters.