J. Kevin McCall is a litigator. Clients seek his counsel on a wide variety of complex securities, commodities, class action, derivative, and directors and officers litigation. He has represented securities and commodities market participants, investment companies, investment company sponsors, fund advisors, as well as issuers, underwriters and financial institutions and their directors and representatives in federal and state trial and appellate courts and in SEC, CFTC, NASD, FINRA, NYSE and CME regulatory proceedings arbitrations and mediations.
Mr. McCall is AV Preeminent Peer Review Rated, Martindale-Hubbell’s highest peer recognition for ethical standards and legal ability, and has been consistently named an Illinois Super Lawyer for Securities Litigation. He has represented clients in the areas of security and commodities fraud manipulation, consumer financial services, insurance class actions, lending-related class actions, as well as claims involving fiduciary and professional liability issues. Mr. McCall is a member of the firm’s Securities Litigation and Enforcement, ERISA Litigation, and Bankruptcy Litigation practices. He also serves the firm as a member of its Audit, Finance, and Pro Bono Committees.
Mr. McCall has lectured and written on class actions and co-authored a chapter in the 2003 IICLE publication Securities Law. He is active in the community, currently serving as director of the John Howard Association. He also has served as vice president of Pro Bono Associates.