Crosbie Gliner Schiffman Southard & Swanson LLP announced Wednesday the addition of Gregory Markow as a partner to lead the firm’s new litigation practice.
The firm also added Van Nguyen as an associate who will expand the firm’s transactional practice.
Markow has more than 20 years of experience representing real estate investors and owners looking to minimize risks that lead to litigation. He will defend them and prosecute for them when disputes cannot be avoided.
He also will play a key role in developing firm’s distressed real estate practice.
The litigation practice group expands Crosbie Gliner Schiffman Southard & Swanson's (CGS3) commercial real estate legal offerings to encompass the full-spectrum of legal issues that arise throughout the commercial real estate life cycle.
Prior to joining CGS3, Markow managed his own law firm and was a partner at Hecht Solberg Robinson Goldberg & Bagley LLP. He started his career in Chicago as an attorney at Kirkland & Ellis.
Nguyen’s experience includes representing clients in a range of acquisitions, dispositions, developments and financings of complex commercial real estate projects, particularly with respect to energy-related real estate projects.
She specializes in energy and hospitality projects, including solar, wind, gas and geothermal projects and gaming and hotel developments.
Nguyen's experience includes working as a real estate associate for Latham & Watkins, as well as working for the George W. Bush Administration in the White House.