Ari focuses his practice in telecommunications, as well as real estate related litigation.  His experience over his 37-year career includes litigation of complex real estate related matters such as construction defects, commercial and mechanic’s lien foreclosures, leasehold, easement and contract disputes, broker’s liens, lender liability, title insurance and title disputes, condemnation and zoning issues. He has also handled litigation on behalf of wireless providers involving siting and zoning of various wireless service facilities under the 1996 Telecommunications Act, including zoning board of appeal hearings and administrative law proceedings, as well as “shot-clock” violation disputes.  Ari has been a lecturer on the enforcement and litigation of mechanic’s liens and construction disputes and began his career as in-house counsel for Chicago Title Insurance Company, one of the nation’s largest title insurance companies, where he litigated numerous title disputes.  Later, he was an associate and then partner with the Chicago office of Bell, Boyd and Lloyd (now known as K&L Gates). Ari joined Ginsberg Jacobs as of counsel when the firm was formed in 2010.

  • Litigation
  • Telecom
  • Illinois Wesleyan B.A., 1981
  • DePaul University College of Law, J.D., 1984
  • Illinois
  • Arizona
  • Northern District of Illinois
  • Central District of Illinois
  • Southern District of Illinois
  • Southern District of Indiana
  • Southern District of California
  • Southern District of Ohio
  • Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • District Court of Arizona
  • Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
  • Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
  • United States Supreme Court
  • Illinois State Bar Association
  • Ari helped create and is presently a court appointed mediator in Grundy, LaSalle, Kankakee and Will County for their Mandatory Mediation Foreclosure Programs, of which the Will County program was the first of its kind in Illinois.  The programs require mandatory mediation between mortgage lenders and homeowners at the outset of any mortgage foreclosure and has been used as a model by not only other Illinois judicial circuits but nationwide as well.

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