Robert F Coleman, Attorney
Mr. Coleman has concentrated in complex business litigation for the past 31 years, including extensive experience in legal and accountant malpractice, commercial fraud, breach of fiduciary and other commercial torts. He has represented public pensions systems and plan participants in several high-profile, nationally recognized cases involving wrongful plan investment practices and plan termination. Mr. Coleman has also been lead counsel in high profile bankruptcy litigation involving issues of fradulent conveyance, corporate breach of fudiciary duty and non-dischageability. In addition, Mr. Coleman has also been class counsel in several major class action antitrust, security and consumer fraud cases before juries in federal and state courts around the United States. He manages the professional liability program for the Association of Trial Lawyers of America Mutual (ATLA) and the risk retention group sponsored by the ATLA, and is the director of the Private Bank and Trust Company in Chicago.
|Education:||De Paul University B.S.|
|Admissions:||U.S. Supreme Court 1979|
U.S. District Court Northern District of Illinois Trial Bar
U.S. District Court Northern District of Illinois 1969
U.S. District Court Central District of Illinois 1993
U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit 1971
U.S. Court of Appeals 8th Circuit 1994
U.S. Court of Appeals 7th Circuit 1974
U.S. Court of Appeals 6th Circuit 1979
U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit 1982
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