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The Chicago Law Firm of

Collins & Collins

Formed in 1972, the Chicago law firm of Collins & Collins is comprised of highly skilled attorneys. An agile boutique law firm, Collins & Collins is able to provide clients with the proactive, efficient, and effective legal counsel they need to reach their goals.

The Firm’s practice areas include:

With over 75 years of combined experience, the partners at Collins & Collins have extensive practical experience and training in their respective practice areas.

Harold E. Collins
Harold Collins earned his undergraduate degree in finance and his law degree from the University of Illinois, and has extensive experience in both state and federal courts. Harold’s practice areas include business law, contracts, health care law, real estate lawestate planning, and personal injury. Harold Collins established the practice in 1972 under the name Harold E. Collins & Associates, Ltd. He focused on becoming the business law firm of choice for family-owned and privately-held companies, medical practices, doctors, hospitals and clinics. His health care and business law firm flourished, and he began providing legal counsel on personal and family law matters to his clients, including succession planning for their businesses, estate planning, and wealth preservation counsel.  [Learn more]

Michael R. Collins
Michael Collins received his undergraduate degree in business administration from the University of Michigan, and his law degree from DePaul University. Michael was admitted to practice in Illinois in 1986, and represents clients in matters involving Michael Collins works in the areas of business and commercial lawcivil litigation, real estate law, labor and employment, estate planningpersonal injurycontracts, family law, transportation law, and bankruptcy.  [Learn more]

John P. Collins 
John Collins earned his undergraduate degree in accounting from the University of Illinois, and his law degree from the University of Chicago Law School. A former Assistant United States Attorney, John’s practice areas include business and commercial law, antitrust, non-profit law, healthcare lawreal estate law, e-commerce, labor law, employment law, bankruptcy, restructuring, government relations, regulatory compliance, risk management, white collar crime defense, intellectual property, and torts

In addition, John has extensive experience advising clients on sports law matters, and currently lectures on sports law and related issues, including governance, corporate structure and ownership, contracts, labor disputes, antitrust, intellectual property, and players' rights at the University of Chicago Law School. John is a member of the Sports Lawyers Association and FIFA Legal Committees. [Learn more]  

The Firm is committed to maintaining the close attorney-client relationships they have developed, which gives each client direct access and confidence that their case is being handled directly by an experienced Chicago lawyer.

Contact Collins & Collins today to discuss your needs and goals. 

Law Offices of Collins & Collins

8 South Michigan, Suite 1414
Chicago, IL 60603

Phone : 312-201-8700
FAX: 312-606-0234

The Illinois litigation attorneys at the business law firm of Collins & Collins serve clients in Illinois and northwest Indiana, includingChicago' south suburbs and north shore, in communities such as Lake Forest, Oak Brook, and Hinsdale, and Cook, Lake, and DuPage counties. Collins & Collins provides sports law representation nationally and internationally.


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