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    • 33 West Monroe Street, Suite 2700
      Chicago, Illinois, 60603-5404
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    • Monday: 09:00 - 17:00
    • Tuesday: 09:00 - 17:00
    • Wednesday: 09:00 - 17:00
    • Thursday: 09:00 - 17:00
    • Friday: 09:00 - 17:00
    • Saturday: By appointment
    • Sunday: By appointment
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ABOUT Brian C. Langs

Brian C. Langs is involved in litigation and general corporate matters at Johnson & Bell. His litigation practice focuses on handling business litigation and professional liability disputes. He also handles a variety of employment issues. In addition, he addresses a number of real estate and general corporate issues, and negotiates large-event hospitality agreements for commercial real estate development companies, car dealerships, national and international association management companies, and other business entities. Mr. Langs also has handled estate planning disputes, representing trustees and beneficiaries. These disputes have included complaints for breach of fiduciary duty and conflicts of interest.

His peers have recognized him with an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell.

While attending Chicago-Kent College of Law, Mr. Langs was a judicial extern for United States Magistrate Judge Michael Mason in the Northern District Court of Illinois. He also held the post of Editor-in-Chief of the Chicago-Kent Law Review. Prior to law school, he served as a project assistant with an international commercial law firm in Chicago, where he worked in the firm’s intellectual property litigation department. He has an undergraduate degree from Boston College.


• Rising Star, Illinois Super Lawyers 2016-2020

Community Involvement

•Loyola Academy Young Alumni Representative, 2008-present
•Juvenile Justice Bar Association Mentoring Initiative, volunteer mentor for at risk youth on probation for various offenses

Presentations & Publications

• Editor-in-Chief of the Chicago-Kent Law Review

• Co-wrote Protection Reflection: The Supreme Court Rules Allow Partners to Limit Their Liability Johnson & Bell, May 2015

• Co-wrote Debt Collectors Beware: Venue Provision oh FDCPA Reinterpreted, Johnson & Bell, September 2014

• Co-wrote Hacker Prevention: Keeping Client Sensitive Electronic Information Confidential Johnson & Bell, July 2014

• Co-wrote Not Only Shareholders Get Pierced, Johnson & Bell, June 2014

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Areas of LAW

  • Employment
  • Professional Liability

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