Clark Hill’s Chicago Office Adds Real Estate Attorney Phillip N. Coover
CHICAGO, IL – Clark Hill announced today that attorney Phillip N. Coover has joined Clark Hill’s Chicago office as a Member in the Real Estate Practice Group.
“We are thrilled to welcome Phil to the Firm and to the Chicago office,” said Ray J. Koenig III, Member in Charge of Clark Hill’s Chicago office. “He has a unique practice that combines commercial real estate transactions and litigation with his experience as a business owner and licensed real estate broker. He sees real estate from all vantage points and will be able to help clients find creative solutions to their most challenging real estate issues.”
Coover represents national institutional commercial real estate investment companies, Chicago-area based real estate development and brokerage companies, retail commercial property management companies, private equity lending companies, business owners, and emerging privately owned small businesses with issues, including commercial litigation, receiverships and other distressed assets, foreclosures, commercial evictions, partnership disputes, commercial bankruptcy creditor representation, corporate transactional matters, and real estate acquisitions and sales.
“Not only does Phil bring tremendous commercial real estate experience to the firm, but he has an innovative marketing approach and will be able to leverage our newly expanded national platform to serve clients from coast to coast” said Paul Boehms, Clark Hill’s Real Estate Business Unit Director. “He is also an established presence in the Chicago Real Estate Community and our client’s will benefit from his varied and broad real estate experience.”
Prior to joining Clark Hill, Coover was a Principal of the firm Schenk Annes Tepper Campbell Ltd. for more than ten years. He is the Chair of the Commercial Litigation Committee of the Chicago Bar Association and a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). Coover is the host of the popular podcast, “Real Estate for Breakfast,” which is available on iTunes. He will continue his podcast series at Clark Hill.
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