Gregory M. Boyle represents corporations, law firms, lawyers, and other individuals in complex civil and criminal matters in trial and appellate courts across the country, as well as in arbitrations and grand jury and regulatory investigations. Mr. Boyle has extensive experience in defending law firms in complex legal malpractice litigation, representing financial firms in cutting edge trade secret matters, and representing parties in bankruptcy-related litigation . Mr. Boyle also represents clients in class actions, and in real estate litigation.
Mr. Boyle has been recognized by Illinois Super Lawyers as a “Rising Star” in Professional Liability Defense litigation.
Mr. Boyle serves local and national bar associations in multiple capacities, including as an editor of PP&D, the newsletter of the ABA’s Pretrial Practice & Discovery Committee, and a member of the Chicago Bar Foundation’s Young Professionals Board. He also is the author of the Illinois chapter of the ABA Section of Litigation’s 50 State Survey of Legal Malpractice Law. Mr. Boyle has taught trial advocacy at the John Marshall Law School and the National Institute of Trial Advocacy’s Midwest Trial Skills Program. He has an active pro bono practice, in which he has represented individuals seeking asylum and criminal defendants in state trial courts and in state and federal habeas proceedings.
Mr. Boyle is a member of the Firm’s Complex Commercial, Professional Responsibility, Bankruptcy, and Class Action Litigation Practices. He serves on the Firm’s Auditor Response Letter Review, Finance, Hiring, and Pro Bono Committees.