|Advisory Board Member|
| Litigator: Yes|
| Practice Description: |
Mr. Foote practices primarily in the area of class action litigation. Mr. Foote has spent a substantial amount of his time trying to improve the quality of health care in America. He was on the Steering Committee for In Re Sulzer where thousands of people received defective hips. He is fighting the high price of drugs in America, in "In Re Lupron Marketing and Sales Practices." He is also part of the Steering Committee of "In Re Managed Care" that seeks to redress the inequalities between doctors and managed care that often indirectly affects patients. He also practices in the area of personal injury litigation. He lectures regarding the following topics:
Class action litigation
Complex commercial litigation
Personal injury litigation
Product defect and product liability litigation
Discovery issues in litigation
Damage issues in litigation
Notable Cases and Results: Mr. Foote has tried numerous cases with verdicts in excess of a million dollars, including a jury verdict for an injured child in an amount of $14 million dollars.
Year of Birth: 1954
University of Wisconsin-Madison, J.D., 1979
Harvard University, B.A., 1976
Bar/Professional Association Involvement:
Illinois State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Kane County Bar Association
Illinois Trial Lawyers Association
Association of Trial Lawyers of America
We are dedicated to using our knowledge, experience, and resources to ensure that our clients obtain full and just compensation for all of their injuries, whether they be physical, emotional, or financial injuries. We only represent clients who have suffered serious damages and/or injuries which enable us to concentrate our efforts to ensure the best results possible.
We strive for excellence, whether in the courtroom, preparing a case for trial, or negotiating with opposing counsel. We realize that our clients trust us to resolve issues that may have profound effects on their family, and that our clients expect the best legal team to protect their interests.
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