Over 50 Years Of Experience

Trusted Legal Counsel For Large And Small Businesses

Petti Murphy & Associates provides in-depth legal counsel for large and small businesses throughout the area. The emphasis of our consultation is to handle corporate law matters and generate creative business solutions for our clients at every stage of the business cycle.

With over 100 years of combined legal experience, you know your business is in good hands with our lawyers. We provide legal counsel for business clients throughout Kane County and DuPage County and the collar counties of metropolitan Chicago from our office in Geneva.

No Matter What Type Of Business Law Matter You Face, We Can Help

We provide experienced assistance with business transactional needs such as:

No one wants their business to end up in court, but sometimes you may not have a choice. If your business is facing a legal dispute, we can provide valuable representation in business litigation matters, including:

  • Oppression of minority owners
  • Investment misrepresentation
  • Breach of contract disputes
  • Collections litigation and judgment enforcement
  • Non-compete enforcement and defense
  • Commercial lease agreements
  • Partnership, succession and shareholder Disputes
  • Commercial insurance claims
  • Trade secrets protection

From the beginning of your business plan to winding down your operations, we want to help you achieve your goals and reach the next step, whatever that may be.

We Represent Small-Business Owners In Metropolitan Chicago

Though we represent large corporate businesses from time to time, we place a special focus on meeting the needs of the small-business owners and operators. We currently represent more than 50 small-business corporations in metropolitan Chicago, and we can represent you and your business, too.

Call Our Law Firm Today For A Consultation

Call our Geneva office at 630-457-1691 for a consultation. You may also contact us by email to inform us of your legal concerns. Our office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Weekend and evening appointments may also be made.