Amit S. Bindra
Associate Attorney at The Prinz Law Firm
Amit Bindra is an associate attorney at our firm. He is committed to diligent
and zealous advocacy so that he can provide the best services for his
clients. His goal is to make long-lasting relationships with his clients
and to provide cost-effective solutions to solve difficult and complex problems.
As an attorney, Amit provides a broad range of services, including employee and career counseling, business consulting, and corporate document review. He primarily focuses on claims involving non-compete disputes, employment discrimination, and unpaid wages.
To learn how Mr. Bindra can help you, contact The Prinz Law Firm today.
Educational Background & Professional Career
Amit has managed and assisted in all stages of litigation, from resolving matters prior to filing a lawsuit, all the way to submitting legal briefs to the Illinois appellate courts.
Mr. Bindra’s experience includes:
- Assisting, conducting, or defending nearly forty depositions
- Working with expert discovery matters
- Appearing in both state and federal courts
- Trial, arbitration, and appellate experience
- Publishing several articles on different legal issues
He graduated from DePaul University College of Law and received a certificate in business law. During law school, Amit was the executive editor of the DePaul Business and Commercial Law Journal. He received a CALI Excellence for the Future Award for Civil Litigation Strategy.
He worked in several capacities as a judicial extern for a judge in the
Law Division for the Circuit Court of Cook County and spent a year working
as a law clerk for the Illinois Attorney General’s Office.
Amit received his degree in International Relations from the James Madison College at Michigan State University. While in college, he was a successful and competitive debater for the MSU debate team, he worked for a U.S. Senator in both Michigan and in Washington D.C., and he worked for a community development association.
Currently, Amit volunteers his time with the National Association for Urban Debate Leagues and attends events for the Chicago Debate League.
Professional and bar association memberships:
- American Bar Association
- Illinois State Bar Association
- Chicago Bar Association
- National Employment Lawyers Association
- The Application of Antitrust Logic to Military Procurement Policies Would Enhance America’s National Security, 10 DePaul Bus. & Com. L.J. 405 (2012).
- Piercing the FTAIA’s Veil after Minn-Chem, Antitrust Newsletter for the Illinois State Bar Association (August, 2012).
- The Evolution of Age Discrimination: “Pattern or Practice” Allegations after Gross, NELA Newsletter (co-author) (Nov. 2012)
- Antitrust Class Action Litigation Post Wal-Mart v. Dukes: More of the Same, 13 J. Bus. & Sec. L.(Spring, 2013).
Call Mr. Bindra today at 312.212.4450 to schedule your free consultation.