Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Hammer LLP Strengthens Litigation Practice with Additions of John Martin and Sharon Doherty Sirott
Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Hammer LLP (“SFGH”) announced Wednesday that John Martin and Sharon Doherty Sirott have joined its litigation practice as partners.
John’s law practice is devoted to providing representation and counsel in complex business disputes, including contractual, fiduciary, and attorney professional responsibility matters. Over the course of his career, spanning three decades, John has handled multi-million dollar commercial litigation, including opposing multistate class and shareholder litigation and the defense of direct and derivative claims against corporate and ERISA fiduciaries.
Sharon is an experienced litigator and trusted advisor whose practice has been focused on complex commercial litigation. Sharon’s broad experience includes cases in federal and state courts, as well as numerous arbitrations and mediations, including class actions, contractual disputes, trade secret claims and restrictive covenant claims. Sharon also has experience handling internal investigations for clients
Addressing the recent additions, Adam J. Grais, the firm’s managing partner, remarked, “We couldn’t be happier to add John and Sharon to our growing litigation practice. They are respected and well accomplished attorneys, and their considerable expertise is a tremendous asset to our clients.”
John and Sharon will work from SFGH’s Chicago office. John’s telephone number is 312-704-2172 and his e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Sharon’s telephone number is 312-704-2182 and her e-mail address is email@example.com.
About SFGH: For over 35 years, clients have turned to SFGH as their most trusted advisors. Through an unmatched level of personal service, combined with business and legal acumen, SFGH continues to represent almost all of the clients it started with in 1981. The firm is a general business law firm concentrated in seven key areas: Bankruptcy, Reorganization & Creditors’ Rights; Business Transactions and Securities Regulation; Commercial & Probate Litigation; Labor & Employment; Estate Planning & Administration; Federal Income Tax Planning & Litigation; and Real Estate & Community Development.