The ONLY Chicago law firm that is certified as woman, minority AND veteran owned.
Eydie Vanderbosch is a driven lawyer and tenacious litigator who brings real world security, investigation and business management experience to her work.
Eydie’s career started in the United States Air Force where she worked in law enforcement and was quickly placed on special assignment to the United States Air Force Office of Special Investigations. As part of that service, Eydie conducted investigations involving criminal matters, fraud, counterintelligence, internal security and targeted other security concerns head-on.
Upon completion of her honorable service with the United States Air Force, Eydie quickly rose to the top of an international training organization. As a Regional Manager, Eydie managed a staff of thirty-three district managers and three hundred plus volunteer staff members within the region. Under her leadership, regional sales in her territory grew at a rate of over twenty percent annually.
Eydie started her legal career with a prestigious Chicago litigation and trial law firm, where Eydie focused her practice on employment, tort, municipal and business law. Eydie became one of only three attorneys in the firm's history to be promoted to Shareholder a mere six years out of law school.
Eydie also served as the Head of Litigation Practice for another prestigious Chicago law firm, which focuses its practice on litigation, securities law, finance, bankruptcy, mortgage foreclosure and business law.
She takes a proactive approach to her work and works tenaciously to provide successful and cost-efficient legal support to her clients without sacrificing their position or their case. When the going gets tough, Eydie is the lawyer that you want in your corner.
Eydie is a member of the federal trial bar for the Northern and Central Districts of Illinois and she actively represents clients throughout the State of Illinois’ circuit courts and administrative agencies, including the Merit Systems Protection Board, Illinois Department of Human Rights, Human Rights Commission and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
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