Michael J. Lizzadro concentrates his practice on employment and commercial litigation and construction law. A graduate of DePaul University College of Law, Mr. Lizzadro graduated from Purdue University in 2004 with a B.S. with distinction. He is a member of the American Bar Association and the Chicago Bar Association.
He has defended discrimination cases in the Northern District of Illinois where he is admitted as a member of the trial bar, and before the Illinois Human Rights Commission and the Illinois Labor Relations Board. He has tried both bench and jury trials in Cook County, and obtained numerous orders granting summary judgment in favor of his clients.
Co-author, "The Illinois WARN Act -- How It Affects Workforce Reduction Initiatives," Client Alert, April 1, 2020
"Supreme Court Holds Fourth Amendment Requires a Warrant for Blood Testing," Johnson & Bell Municipal Law Alert, June 2016
"Supreme Court Ruling Expands First Amendment Municipal Liability," Johnson & Bell Municipal Law Alert, May 2016
Co-author, "Federal District Judge Upholds Chicago PD Rule Limiting Tattoos," Municipal Law Client Alert, June 2015