Areas of Practice
Caren Lederer is an experienced business attorney handling bankruptcy, workout, liquidation and refinancing services for banks, secured lenders and entrepreneurs; commercial litigation and business dispute resolution; business divorce; trust and probate litigation; condominium association governance and assessment collection.
The efficient resolution of commercial disputes is Caren’s primary goal so that clients can remain focused on their business. Litigation is a powerful means to that end, but never the end itself.
Five years after joining Golan Christie Taglia, Caren made partner in 2009. She started her career in 1995 with Garfield & Merel, and went on to work with Levenfeld Pearlstein in 2000.
The John Marshall Law School, J.D., 1998
University of Texas at Austin, B.A., 1988
American Bar Association
Chicago Bar Association
Illinois State Bar Association
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois
U.S. Court of Appeals (7th Circuit)
LATEST NEWS & INSIGHTS FROM Caren A. Lederer
February 23, 2021 News
Golan Christie Taglia is delighted to announce the inclusion of 21 firm attorneys to the 2021 Leading and Emerging Lawyers lists for their outstanding work in a wide range of areas including Closely & Privately Held Business Law, Commercial Litigation, Bankruptcy & Workout Law: Commercial and more.Read More
November 10, 2020 Events
In a year marked by a global pandemic, social strife and ongoing political uncertainty, business executives and leaders need to stay focused on what matters most.Read More
September 23, 2020 Videos
July 30, 2020 Events
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February 1, 2019 News
The Illinois Condominium and Common Interest Community Ombudsperson Act (the “Act”), was enacted to “educate unit owners, condominium associations, common interest communities, boards of managers and boards of directors” on their respective rights and obligations as imposed by the governing documents, such as bylaws. In response to “anecdotal accounts of abuses” by Associations in handling enforcement of their covenants and restrictions, the stated goal of the Act is to avoid mistakes and misunderstandings in interpreting the documents, which are both costly and divisive to these kinds of communities.Read More
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