We’re business owners helping fellow business owners find the very best legal solutions, both proactively and reactively. We help our clients deftly avert future problems and efficiently resolve those that arise today. How do we do it? We outwork the competition. We’re all-in, we’re disciplined, some would say we’re relentless.
We’re on a team together, and your time and money is every bit as valuable as ours. So the concept behind our rates is simple: you choose what suits your business whether it’s flat fee or hourly. And even when it’s hourly, we’re not big clock watchers.
The GOODMAN LAW GROUP | CHICAGO is grounded in the belief that connecting with people and contributing to our Chicago community should be the animating element of work both paid and volunteer. Please see our Giving page to learn more about our charitable contributions.
For David, contributing is further expressed outside of the office in his efforts to develop the next generation of legal professionals by mentoring at Chicago Legal Charter Prep, managing summer associate programs for law students, serving as a presenter on a variety of continuing education topics including basic trial skills and discovery, serving as chair of the litigation department for a mid-sized law firm in Chicago, and speaking publicly on a number of legal topics.
In addition, David is on the Board of Chicago Run, and is a member of the Chicago Bar Association’s Juvenile Justice Mentoring Initiative, guiding and mentoring teenage men on parole.
For Bonnie, contributing is an extension of her geriatric psychotherapy practice. Drawing upon her work for the Alzheimer’s Association, Friend Center (assisted living for people with dementia), and Lieberman Center for Health and Rehabilitation, Bonnie is able to provide her professional and personal communities with her uniquely comprehensive and in-depth perspective around aging issues including loss, illness, mental health, Alzheimer’s disease education and treatment, and care options.
For Carrie, contributing is a core value. Participating in national voter engagement and protection campaigns, supporting organizations focused on animal rescue and equity in education, and engaging with her local community, including through a grassroots organization that sprang up during the pandemic to directly assist neighbors and families with basic survival needs.
For Kalli, contributing means volunteering with Deborah’s Place, an organization that helps homeless women in Chicago get back on their feet.
We are committed to providing outstanding service to people with disabilities and have made the best efforts possible toward ADA compliance.