Amit S. Bindra
Partner at The Prinz Law Firm
Mr. Bindra has been an attorney with the Prinz Law Firm since 2012 and has extensive experience working with executives, physicians, and corporations. Mr. Bindra’s stellar and exhaustive work within all stages of a lawsuit enables him to provide his clients with the unique ability to find creative and pragmatic solutions. For the past three years, the Illinois Super Lawyers Magazine has recognized Mr. Bindra as an Illinois Rising Star, a distinction awarded to fewer than 2.5% of attorneys. In addition, he has also received the NITA Advocate designation.
Mr. Bindra has successfully worked on several appeals in Illinois and Indiana, and is currently admitted to practice in Illinois, the Northern and Central District Courts of Illinois, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, the Eastern District of Wisconsin, and temporally in the State of Indiana.
Mr. Bindra focuses his practice area on:
- Employment and Executive Agreements
- Business Consulting
- Executive Career Counseling
- Whistleblower Claims
- Employment Arbitration Agreements
- Unpaid Wages
- Employment Discrimination
- Non-Compete, Non-Solicit, and Trade Secret Disputes (including litigating all aspects of obtaining, or defending against, an injunction)
Outside of our office, Mr. Bindra teaches (starting in August 2018) an advanced legal writing class at Loyola University Chicago School of Law and serves on two boards and several committees.
- Chicago Debate Commission, Associates Board Member
- NELA/Illinois, Board Member
- NELA Judicial Nominations Committee, Member
- Judicial Evaluation Committee for the Chicago Bar Association, Investigator
- ABA Appellate Practice Journal, Editorial Board Member
He is also an avid runner and has run several half and full marathons.
Mr. Bindra graduated from DePaul University College of Law with a certificate in Business Law. During that time he was the Executive Editor of the DePaul Business and Commercial Law Journal and received a CALI Excellence for the Future Award for Civil Litigation Strategy. Mr. Bindra received his undergraduate degree in International Relations from the James Madison College at Michigan State University. Mr. Bindra was a competitive debater for the nationally ranked MSU debate team (reaching the elimination rounds of the National Debate Tournament as a sophomore), and he worked for U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow in both East Lansing, Michigan and Washington D.C.
His professional and bar association memberships include:
- 7th Circuit Bar Association
- Appellate Lawyers Association
- American Bar Association
- Chicago Bar Association
- Cook County Bar Association
- Illinois State Bar Association
- National Employment Lawyers Association
- National Employment Lawyers Association – Illinois
- The Chicago Council on Global Affairs
- 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).
- Successfully Filing your First Appellate Brief, ABA Appellate Practice (Summer 2017), available here.
- Recent Trends in Non-Compete Laws Across the U.S., ABA Employment Practice (Feb. 21, 2018), available here.
Call Mr. Bindra today at 312.212.4450 to schedule your free consultation.