Chicago, IL, March 20, 2020 - We are proud to welcome James (Jim) Hess as Senior Counsel in Tressler’s Local Government Practice Group in Chicago. Jim represents various local government entities, primarily focusing on day-to-day operations for cities, villages, park districts and library districts. His practice also includes handling intergovernmental agreements, ordinances, contract negotiations, administrative proceedings, demolition issues, employment, Open Meetings Act issues, Freedom of Information Act matters, ethics and land use matters.
Jim has served as corporate counsel for a number of businesses where he regularly assisted clients with corporate matters, contract negotiation, landlord-tenant issues, real estate transactions and criminal matters. He has also litigated professional liability and personal injury matters as well as commercial and employment disputes.
“I am excited to Join Tressler’s Local Government Practice Group,” said Jim Hess. “I look forward to working alongside a talented team of attorneys to support the needs of our local communities and their government officials.”
Jim Hess can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (312) 768-2230.
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