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Vlad V. Chirica



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Vlad V. Chirica, a highly experienced commercial litigation attorney, is widely recognized for skillfully leveraging his technological expertise to achieve outstanding results for clients. With a keen eye for detail and an unwavering passion for research, Vlad consistently surpasses his adversaries by conducting thorough examinations of each case, meticulously studying the relevant laws and regulations, and crafting strategic litigation plans to secure favorable outcomes for his clients.

Regularly practicing before several courts, including the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, the Circuit Court of Cook County, the City of Chicago Department of Administrative Hearings, and the Illinois Commerce Commission, Vlad’s usual areas of practice encompass breach of contract disputes, licensing matters, landlord/tenant disputes, mechanics lien and construction litigation, and real estate transactions.

Vlad’s appellate experience includes litigation concerning complex judicial interpretations of Illinois discovery rules, private arbitration award validity and enforcement, and the constitutionality of certain provisions of the Illinois post-judgment collections statute. His persuasive arguments and unwavering dedication embody exceptional legal representation.

Before joining Robbins DiMonte, Vlad founded and managed his own commercial litigation firm, honing his skills with advanced tools and implementing artificial intelligence to optimize legal strategies. This unwavering commitment to zealous advocacy and innovation drives his professional growth and client satisfaction.

Fluent in Romanian and Italian, Vlad caters to a diverse clientele and builds strong client relationships. Outside work, he enjoys cycling, creating music, experimenting with new recipes, and exploring new places. Vlad’s problem-solving prowess, relentless commitment to excellence, and dedication to client satisfaction make him an invaluable asset to the firm.