Chuhak & Tecson issued the following announcement on Sept. 27.
Chuhak & Tecson, P.C. proudly announces that Kevin Coyne, an experienced commercial real estate attorney, has joined the firm as leader of the firm’s 19-attorney Real Estate practice group.
Coyne provides seasoned counsel for clients in real estate acquisitions, dispositions and leasing transactions of all types and complexity. He has represented national franchises, restaurants, bars and professional practices and has substantial experience negotiating office, retail and industrial leases on the national and local levels for both landlords and tenants.
Mitchell Weinstein, president of Chuhak & Tecson, is confident that Coyne’s background, talents and commitment to client service will expand and enhance the firm’s real estate practice.
“We are delighted to welcome Kevin and look forward to the insights his leadership will bring to our vibrant real estate practice group,” Weinstein said. “Because of his extensive experience, Kevin will be an invaluable resource to our clients.”
Coyne believes the merging of his practice with Chuhak & Tecson will enhance his offerings to his clients.
“I look forward to working with a well-established team of real estate attorneys and with other firm colleagues who are in the broad range of disciplines Chuhak & Tecson offers,” Coyne said. “Together we will continue to provide excellent legal services for all of our clients.”
Previously a partner with Momkus McCluskey, LLC, Coyne currently serves on the City of Naperville’s Plan Commission and City Council as well as the DuPage County Stormwater Commission. These roles provide Coyne with unique insights for clients facing zoning, permitting and land use issues throughout Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. He is also an active member of the Naperville Chamber of Commerce and the International Council of Shopping Centers.
Coyne earned his Juris Doctor degree from DePaul University College of Law and is committed to continually expanding the scope of his legal knowledge, as demonstrated by his mid-career decision to return to law school to earn an advanced law degree (LL.M) in real estate law.
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