Address: 1770 Park Street, Suite 200, naperville, IL, 60563
Law Firm: The Collins Law Firm, P.C.
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|Description||Robert Dawidiuk joined the Firm in 2003. Rob focuses his practice in representing financial institutions and national corporations in commercial credit facility litigation, secured contracts and property litigation, commercial litigation, intellectual property litigation and a wide-variety of transactional matters. Recent Successes Represented lender in documentation of $55 million syndicated credit facility Represented international company for its $900 million manufacturing contract Won summary judgment on $10 million claim on behalf of commercial bank Part of team securing settlement valued in excess of $35 million on behalf of luxury condominium owners, in out-of-state arbitration Obtained class certification and successful settlement exceeding $7 million on behalf of class of bank stock holders Obtained dismissal with prejudice of multi-million dollar claim asserted against client FDIC as receiver of failed bank Since January 2013, sold or documented over $200 million in restructured commercial credit facilities on behalf of the Firm’s lending clients, facilitating renovation and growth in DuPage County, Cook County, Kane County, and Will County Negotiated and documented $8 million credit refinance on behalf of 501(c)(3) with out-of-state bank Obtained dismissal with prejudice on behalf of bank client in suit from opposing bank for breach of contract seeking $1.5 million in damages Defeated a temporary restraining order seeking to freeze more than $500,000 of assets of a manufacturing client, allowing the client to continue operating its facilities Dismissed case asserting contract, fraud, warranty, and tort claims seeking damages exceeding $875,000, plus attorneys’ fees, from an international manufacturing client Obtained dismissal, with prejudice, of a shareholder derivative suit seeking $30 million from former bank directors Dismissed, with prejudice, lawsuit seeking $4 million from former bank director Dismissed, with prejudice, lawsuit seeking damages in the amount of $3.5 million for breach of fiduciary duty against bank director and officer License: Division of Banking, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation|
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