Qualification: Jeffrey graduated from DePaul University Law School in 1968 after earning his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin. A frequent speaker to various trade and industry groups, Jeffrey has also taught both securities and commodities law courses.
Jeffrey Schulman devotes his practice primarily to commercial litigation, white-collar criminal defense matters, and securities and commodities litigation in State and Federal Courts and before regulatory agencies and commissions. He represents traders, brokerage firms, brokers and other securities professionals in all facets of their operations and registration and regulatory compliance. In addition, Jeffrey has built an extensive criminal defense practice and successfully litigated in the Supreme Court of the United States, United States Tax Court, United States Court of Federal Claims, and state and federal district and appellate courts throughout the country.
Among his more recent accomplishments, Jeffrey:
- Handled a contract dispute regarding a takeover of a foreign securities exchange;
- Obtained a reversal of a criminal conviction for money laundering before the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit;
- Successfully represented two attorneys before the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission;
- Represented a bank in a surety bond claim; and
- Represented a bank in an accounting malpractice claim.