Lawrence G. Gordon
Lawrence G. Gordon was licensed to practice in the State of Illinois in 1987 after graduating from Bradley University and Ohio Northern University and is a former principal of Gordon & Gordon, LTD, which was initially established in 1962 by his father, Justice Robert E. Gordon, of the Illinois Appellate Court, who retired from the practice of law in 1996.
David Centracchio is a passionate trial lawyer with extensive trial experience. He understands that as a trial lawyer he provides a service to those he is privileged to represent. He prides his practice on developing a relationship with his clients that will hopefully last long beyond handling their case. Through hard work and being upfront with his clients he has established a level of trust which has become the backbone of his practice.
Joseph G. Ryan
Joe joined Gordon & Centracchio, LLC, in 2002. Prior to that time, Joe practiced employment law representing victims of age, race, gender and religious discrimination. Since joining Gordon & Centracchio, Joe has successfully represented clients in a variety of different complex matters, including personal injury, criminal and traffic, real estate closings, breach of contract litigation, social security disability appeals, bankruptcy, landlord/tenant law and condominium law matters.
Soo Yeon Lee
Soo Yeon Lee concentrates her practice in the areas of general litigation, real estate and estate planning law. She has a wide range of litigation experiences in contract disputes, real estate and property rights, estate and trust issues, various commercial transactions, construction, business torts, other tort claims, personal injury, employment, insurance, and claims for injunctive relief. She serves as an arbitration panelist in the Circuit Court of Cook County. She also provides counsel on a wide array of business issues well beyond the litigation setting.
Beth M. Schillen
Beth M. Schillen joined Gordon & Centracchio, L.L.C. in 2002 as a legal assistant and continued working for the firm in that capacity throughout law school. Upon graduation and passing the bar in 2007, Beth became an associate attorney at the firm. Her areas of concentration include automobile accidents, real estate, and estates and trusts. Beth is also responsible for many business administration functions for the firm, utilizing her effective communication and organizational skills.