Three suburban law firms merge

 
Updated 7/6/2016 10:01 AM

LISLE -- The law firms of Momkus McCluskey LLC, Nyberg & Cassioppi, LLC, and Roberts PC announced the owners have agreed to merge the law practices.

The merger creates a combined law firm of 31 lawyers, making it one of the largest law firms in DuPage County. The firm, which will be known as Momkus McCluskey Roberts LLC and be headquartered in Lisle, will practice across a wide range of highly complementary disciplines, including business and transactional law, commercial and civil litigation, estate planning, trust and estate administration, family law, lending law and finance, health care law, real estate and appellate practice.

 

The merger represents broadened and deepened bench strength in all areas that affect businesses and business owners and follows the recent merger with Malecki, Tasch & Burns, LLC, which strengthened financial institution representation and added health care law.

Attorneys joining Momkus McCluskey Roberts from Nyberg & Cassioppi are Ronald Nyberg, Gerry Cassioppi, Kevin Coyne and Ann Matthews. Attorneys joining Momkus McCluskey from Roberts PC are Chuck Roberts, Will Thayer and Bill Costello.

"This merger fulfills a long-held strategic ambition to add high quality lawyers and practice areas to our firm. As a merged firm, our clients will have access to attorneys with an even broader range of expertise and resources." said attorney Ed Momkus.

Ron Nyberg said his firm was looking to join a larger firm "with additional resources that would enable us to better meet our clients' needs and Momkus McCluskey was an obvious choice."

Chuck Roberts added the merger is "a natural fit between our well-known and highly respected law practices.

" We view this as an opportunity to practice with a firm whose commitment to excellence and client service matches our own," he added.

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