National Bar Registry of Preeminent Attorneys. The firm has achieved unprecedented results on behalf of its clients.
Craig D. Tobin has been repeatedly voted by attorneys throughout the nation for inclusion in the Best Lawyers in America. He recently received an award for having been voted into Best Lawyers for over 10 consecutive years. He has also been voted by his peers for inclusion in Leading American Attorneys and the Law Bulletin Publishing Company's Leading Lawyers. He is recognized by his peers as one of the best trial lawyers in America.
Tomas Petkus is a nationally recognized innovator with courtroom technology. He was instrumental in the development and use of computers and digital technology at trial. His knowledge and skill has allowed him, Craig and the firm to deliver unprecedented successes for their clients.
George Muñoz is an expert in international law, finance and corporate transactions. He is recognized as one of the 100 most influential Hispanics in the United States. George is the former President and Chief Executive Officer of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, a federal agency that managed private American capital investment throughout the world. He is also the former Chief Financial Officer of then United States and was an Assistant Secretary of the United States Treasury. George is a past president of the Chicago Board of Education. He has structured complex business deals and overseen negotiations involving hundreds of millions of dollars.
The firm was founded in 1985 when Craig D. Tobin left the Homicide Task Force of the Cook County Public Defender's Office. He was joined in private practice by the late Honorable Robert J. Collins (1911-1997). Judge Collins presided as a felony court judge and also heard complex civil litigation for over 25 years. Judge Collins was a former first assistant United States attorney for the Northern District of Illinois and Assistant Corporation Counsel for the City of Chicago. He was called by bar associations and the Chicago Tribune "the standard by which all other judges are to be measured."