KSN is pleased to welcome four new attorneys to our Chicagoland offices.
Attorney Seth Goettelman advises clients as they plan, finance, negotiate, and complete complex business transactions through every stage of the business life cycle. He handles mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, capital market transactions, minority and control investments, licensing, and other corporate law services. Seth counsels a diverse range of clients (private businesses, public businesses, REITs, private equity funds, venture capital funds) in a variety of industries (technology, telecommunications, healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing, SaaS). Utilizing his extensive experience in the dynamic blockchain industry, Seth also advises blockchain companies, startups, digital currency companies, venture funds, and investors on a spectrum of legal and business issues, including: corporate formation, digital token sales, securities law and regulatory compliance.
Attorney Jordan Melvin concentrates his practice on matters of business law, real estate transactions, and mergers and acquisitions. Jordan has conducted trial preparation research in various practice areas, including: personal injury, commercial and business, estate planning, real estate, commercial landlord tenant law, bankruptcy, and intellectual property.
Attorney Thomas Olson concentrates his practice on the representation of condominium and Common Interest Community Associations (townhome, homeowner). He handles real estate disputes, including: foreclosure, consumer finance defense, commercial litigation, collections, mechanic’s lien, title disputes, eminent domain, code violations, and forcible entry and detainer. Thomas has assisted banks, financial institutions, business entities, and individuals in resolving real estate, commercial, and consumer finance disputes. He has also advised clients on matters of statutory and regulatory compliance at both the state and federal levels.
Attorney Carin Wolkenberg advises clients in the purchase, selling, and leasing of commercial, industrial, retail, and residential real estate. She has reviewed contracts/leases, negotiated mortgage loan documents, analyzed development agreements, and prepared corporate documents on small to large scale transactions for a diverse group of organizations and individuals. From 2001-2011, Carin was an adjunct professor at Roosevelt University where she taught residential and commercial real estate, commercial lending, zoning, and leasing.