Chicago, December 10, 2020 – Christopher Cali, an attorney with Howard & Howard, has been named by media outlet Connect Media as a member of the inaugural class of its 2020 “Lawyers in Real Estate” recognition initiative. Fifty attorneys were selected for inclusion based on criteria that included the impact they’ve had in real estate-related matters and additional contributions made as members of the industry and the community.
Cali, who practices out of the Chicago office of Howard & Howard, is a real estate and corporate attorney. He provides practical solutions to his clients on a variety of real estate matters, including sales and acquisitions, commercial leasing, loan negotiation, and landlord/tenant dispute resolution. Cali has represented sellers and purchasers in over $500 million in real estate assets including shopping centers, restaurants, manufacturing facilities, office buildings, hotel complexes, and residential properties.
Cali has been selected by Illinois Super Lawyers as one of its “Rising Stars” (2016-2020) and recognized by Illinois Leading Lawyers on its “Emerging Lawyers” list in 2020. He holds a B.A. from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a J.D. from UIC John Marshall Law School. Cali is also an active adjunct professor at UIC John Marshall Law School, teaching real estate drafting.
About Connect Media
Connect Media is a news media company providing commercial real estate coverage in various regions throughout the U.S. The company also sponsors commercial real estate conferences, webinars, and networking events. More information at connect.media.
About Howard & Howard
With a history spanning over 150 years, Howard & Howard is a full-service law firm with a national and international practice, providing legal services to businesses and business owners. More than 160 attorneys practice out of offices in Royal Oak, Michigan; Illinois (Chicago and Peoria); Las Vegas, Nevada; and Beverly Hills, California. For more information, please visit howardandhoward.com.
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