Michael Synowiecki's practice encompasses a wide range of areas, including government affairs, energy and environmental matters, construction law and advising clients on real estate acquisition and disposition. Michael began his career in government at the Chicago City Council Committee on Finance, where he advised members of the City Council on ethical compliance, legislation, and policy.
Michael represents clients, including utilities, publicly traded financial institutions, pharmaceutical companies, and numerous other businesses, before government bodies, courts, and administrative forums.
Michael provides counsel on behalf of a wide range of clients, from Fortune 500 companies to privately held businesses, regarding government compliance, procurement, regulatory matters, real estate, and general corporate governance. Michael has represented utilities, contractors, banks, developers and other businesses with respect to administrative and state court proceedings, including cases before the Illinois Commerce Commission, Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, state and city procurement departments, Illinois circuit courts and the Illinois Supreme Court.
Michael is a member of the Illinois Bar and a graduate of the John Marshall Law School. During law school, Michael worked as a judicial extern for Illinois Supreme Court Justice Anne M. Burke.
Transactions in which Michael has acted as lead counsel include: