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Levenfeld Pearlstein Bolsters Community Association Group with Addition of Molly Mackey

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October 3, 2019

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CHICAGO, September 3, 2019 – Levenfeld Pearlstein (LP) is pleased to announce that Molly E. Mackey has joined the firm as an attorney in the Community Association Practice Group.

A graduate of the Chicago-Kent College of Law, Molly started her career by representing insurance companies in a variety of capacities. Prior to joining LP, Molly practiced at Arnstein & Lehr (now Saul Ewing), where she represented condominium and homeowners’ associations with their various legal needs. With extensive litigation and trial experience, Molly will contribute additional depth to LP’s highly-regarded Community Association group, representing community associations in various aspects of litigation, including building code violations, collections, owner foreclosures and bankruptcies and defending claims of discrimination. She will also counsel community associations on various governance issues. 

LP’s Community Association Group assists in solving the business problems of condominium developers and community associations from A to Z (contract review, collections, employment issues, litigation, governance legal advice). The group helps property managers and management companies manage community associations in compliance with Illinois condominium law and helps condominium and HOA developers develop properties into community associations. No matter the challenge, the group successfully handles anything and everything condominium or community association related.

About Levenfeld Pearlstein LLC: Twice recognized by The National Law Journal as one of the nation’s most innovative mid-sized law firms, Chicago-based Levenfeld Pearlstein, LLC provides legal and business counsel to sophisticated clients across a broad range of corporate, tax, real estate, and litigation matters. LP works with clients to understand the full impact of the law on their businesses and proactively addresses their legal issues so that they can quickly return to doing what they do best.

While the firm possesses the resources and depth necessary to manage the most complex matters in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible, it truly differentiates itself through its commitment to “The LP Way.” Unique among corporate law firms, the LP Way is the firm’s model for creating an unparalleled client experience at an exceptional value. This is accomplished by complementing outstanding legal work with a commitment to knowing the client; avoiding surprises; moving with speed and quality; and establishing and consistently beating client expectations. These are grounded in the belief that every action should point toward a single goal: making the experience of being an LP client as rewarding as possible.

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