More than 70 years of legal and mediating experience nationwide gives us expertise to address any issues and unique situations you present for resolution.
Knowing the ins and outs of litigated matters gives us the mastery to best bring disputes to a resolution.
Greg and Collins are frequent speakers at seminars and business meetings where they help other lawyers hone their skills.
We combine tried and true mediation techniques with thinking outside the box. Always focused on the matters at hand, we know when to be aggressive and when not to be. Common sense is our tool of choice. These talents have been shown to get the results you want.
Collins C. Rossi
Collins has been a practicing attorney since 1982. After graduating from Loyola Law School in New Orleans, he served as a judicial clerk with the U. S. Department of Labor, Office of Administrative Law Judges helping decide matters under the LHWCA, OCSLA and DBA. His practice centered on personal injury and workers compensation claims. His varied practice marine claims, employment discrimination and civil rights. He is a member of the Advisory Board of the Loyola School of Law Annual Longshore Conference. He has spoken at various seminars regarding workers’ compensation and employment related matters. He is also a contributor to the Longshore Textbook.
He has been practicing solely as a mediator for the past 15 years and has successfully resolved hundreds of matters. His extensive and varied practice have provided him with a solid foundation to qualify as your mediator.
He received his undergraduate degree in 1979 from Spring Hill College and his JD degree in 1982 from Loyola University.
Gregory P. Sujack
Greg was previously clerk to the Honorable William B. Wombacher, Illinois Appellate Court, Third District from 1985-1986. Entering private practice, Greg became a partner with Garofalo Schreiber Hart & Storm Chtd. and a member of the Law Offices of Edward J. Kozel, both in Chicago. He is a member of both the Illinois and Wisconsin bars. He is also admitted to practice before several federal courts including the United States Supreme Court.
Greg has been a lecturer before the Peoria County Bar Association, the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, and the Longshore Claims Association. Greg has extensive experience, litigating numerous cases before the Office of Workers Compensation Programs, the Office of Administrative Law Judges, and the Illinois Workers Compensation Commission, He has also served as counsel of record in dozens of matters before various courts of appeals.
He received his undergraduate degree in 1981 from Boston College and his JD degree in 1984 from Loyola University of Chicago.
Greg is also a Division 1 college football referee officiating games in both the Mid-America and Big 10 conferences.