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Robert R. Bruce

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Robert R. Bruce , A.B. 1980 University of Notre Dame, magna cum laude, and J.D. 1983 University of Notre Dame School of Law, cum laude, concentrates his practice in labor and employment law, business transactions, banking law and litigation.

Most recently, Mr. Bruce was Executive Vice President, Secretary and General Counsel of Bridgeview Bank Group in Bridgeview, Illinois, where he was responsible for all of the Bank's legal matters, including loan issues, corporate matters, litigation and employment law issues. Mr. Bruce was the Senior Labor and Employment Law Attorney for ServiceMaster for sixteen years. He has also practiced labor and employment law and business law at several private firms.

School Degree Major Graduation
Notre Dame Law School J.D. Law School N/A
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana A.B. N/A N/A N/A

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1001 Warrenville Road
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Lisle, IL 60532

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