Restrictive Covenants and Covenants Not to Compete
Courtney Tedrowe represents corporations, partnerships and LLCs in diverse industries and high net worth individuals in their commercial disputes in courts and other forums nationwide. Examples include:
Defense of corporate directors and officers against fraud and breach of fiduciary duty claims
Defense of property management companies against commercial and residential property mismanagement claims
Defense of financial services and computer technology companies against theft of intellectual property, misappropriation of trade secrets claims and unfair competition claims
Resolution of disputes among members of closely held LLCs, corporations and limited partnerships
Prosecution and defense of securities fraud and broker mismanagement claims
Defense and prosecution of claims arising from contracts to sell and/or purchase power, oil and gas.
Courtney is a member of the American Bar Association. He has practiced before the American Arbitration Association and the New York Stock Exchange. Prior to joining Novack and Macey LLP, Courtney practiced at Dewey Ballantine LLP in New York, New York. Courtney serves the community as a member of the Advisory Board of the Lawndale Christian Legal Center which provides legal services to low-income youth from Chicago’s Lawndale neighborhood.
Courtney was born in Hinsdale, Illinois in 1970. He and his wife, Emily, live in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago.
Vassar College (B.A. 1992), Cum Laude
Boston University (M.A. 1997)
Cornell Law School (J.D. 2000), Cum Laude; symposium editor, Cornell Law Review; Herbert Reif Prize
Trial Bar of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
SPEECHES AND PUBLICATIONS
“Conceptual Severance and Takings in the Federal Circuit,” 85 Cornell L. Rev. 586 (2000).
Trans Helicopter Service v. Jet Support Services, Inc., No. 03 C 0498, 2004 WL 725700 (N.D. Ill. Mar 30, 2004). Read more.
European Dairy Ingredients, b.v., v. JLS International Foods, Inc., No. 02 5700 (N.D.Ill. 2002). Read more.