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Steven Mroczkowski Appointed Vice-Chair of ISBA Construction Law Section Council

Mroczkowski Also Appointed Member of ISBA’s Commercial Banking, Collections & Bankruptcy Law Section Council

May 8, 2020

Dykema, a leading national law firm, announced today that Steven Mroczkowski, Chicago-based Senior Counsel in the firm’s Financial Services Litigation Practice Group, was appointed by the incoming Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA) President to serve as Vice-Chair of the ISBA Construction Law Section Council and as a Member of the ISBA Commercial Banking, Collections & Bankruptcy Law Section Council for 2020-21.

The ISBA Construction Law Section Council is composed of individuals focused on construction and construction-related areas of law who are dedicated to spreading knowledge statewide about developments in construction law and reviewing and promoting legislation and changes impacting the industry. The Council sponsors and participates in educational events in order to connect with other groups and professions regarding the latest developments in construction law. 

The Commercial Banking, Collections & Bankruptcy Law Section of the ISBA allows for the exchange of information, experiences and available resources in the industry by providing a forum. By reviewing proposed legislation and changes to present legislation, the Section Council offers valuable information and anticipates problems for commercial, banking and bankruptcy law.

Mroczkowski concentrates his practice on construction law, complex commercial and business litigation, and financial services litigation. He represents owners, contractors, developers, small and large businesses, and creditors and financial institutions in all manner of disputes. He litigates in state and federal trial courts, bankruptcy courts, appellate courts and also represents clients in mediation and arbitration proceedings. Mroczkowski regularly writes and speaks about developments in construction law and general commercial law as it pertains to the financial services industry.