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STEVEN IVY P.C. Illinois law firm offering business law, real estate law, patent law, trademark law, copyright law, trade secrets, mediation, arbitration, contract law, immigration law, employment law, import law, export law, commercial real estate.

Municipal Regulations

Business owners frequently find themselves at odds with their municipalities. The problems are typically related to regulatory issues that in some way impede existing projects, or simply restrict the business growth. Dealing with planning boards, or the city inspectors, could be quite challenging - to say the least. If your business is struggling with a zoning issue, or your project is stalling due to lack of municipal approvals and slow moving bureaucracy, contact STEVEN IVY P.C. for help. We help business owners resolving their municipal problems. Our clients include sole proprietors, small and medium size businesses.


Professional Service

The hallmark of our practice is professional service. We work closely with our clients to ensure that their interests are properly protected. STEVEN IVY P.C. is servicing clients in several Illinois counties, including: Cook County, Lake County, DuPage County, Kane County, DeKalb County, Will County, McHenry County and Kendall County. Our clients can meet with us in eight Illinois locations, including: Chicago, Lisle, Northbrook, Oak Brook, Rosemont, Saint Charles, Schaumburg, and Warrenville.


Comprehensive Regulatory Practice

In addition to improving relationships between businesses and their municipalities, STEVEN IVY P.C. counsels clients on a full range of municipal issues. From real estate development planning, zoning approvals, down to contract review and ordinances applicability, our firm is always ready to help. If necessary, we petition administrative officials, town and city legislative bodies and various boards and commissions. Our law firm helps businesses with town meeting issues, specifically advising on notice requirements and effective presentation.


State & Federal Regulations

For many business owners, the red tape of the state and the federal government represent an unbreakable barrier. Whether your business is trying to obtain an approval from a state agency, or it is simply competing for a federal government contract, the frustrations and challenges are plentiful. If you find yourself in this difficult situation, contact our law firm for help. STEVEN IVY P.C. handles a wide range of the state and the federal government related issues, from obtaining project approvals to representation in front of various regulatory and administrative agencies.  We work with small, medium and large businesses. Our legal services are efficient and cost-conscious, customized to accommodate our clients' business objectives.


Helping Businesses Find Government Opportunities

The federal and state governments operate a wide spectrum of contracting programs, purpose of which is to connect businesses to various government opportunities. Your business may be able to benefit from the federal government's Business Development Program,  Women-Owned Small Business Program, or Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Businesses.  Many businesses utilize these opportunities to supplement their existing work flows, and others look to government contracts as a means of expanding their operations nationally. STEVEN IVY P.C. helps businesses find and compete for various government contracts. Utilizing both public and private sources, we track the availability of government provided business opportunities. We filter contracts availability by industry and specifications, searching for projects that fulfill our clients' objectives. Our professional relationships with various service groups and consultants, enables us to provide comprehensive analyses of available government projects, including their potential profitability. If your business needs assistance in acquisition and management of government contracts, contact STEVEN IVY P.C. for more information. We are confident in our ability to help.

City, State & Federal

Government Regulations

...Including Government Sponsored Opportunities
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