Gregory J. Saunders - Partner
Gregory J. Saunders born in Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1959; admitted to the bar 1984, Illinois and the U.S. District Court, Central District of Illinois. Preparatory education, Knox College (B.A. cum laude 1981); Legal education, DePaul University School of Law (J.D., 1984). Member Cook County Bar Association, American Bar Association, Illinois State Bar Association and the Worker’s Compensation Lawyers Association.
Practice has been concentrated in the fields of Worker’s Compensation and Labor and Employment Law.
Mark J. Condon - Partner
Mark J. Condon, born in Chicago,Illinois. December 31, 1946; admitted to bar, 1974, Illinios, and U.S. District Court,Northern District of Illinois.Preparatory education, Loyola University (B.S.,1974); Legal education, Loyola University School of Law(J.D.,1974)Member:Cook County,Ilinois State and American Bar Associations; Illinois Trial Lawyers Association; Association of Trial Lawyers of America. U.S. Army 1969-1971
Practice has been concentrated in the fields of personal Injury and Worker's Compensation
James J. Kenney - Partner
James J. Kenney, born Chicago, Illinois May 6, 1960; admitted to bar, 1987, Illinois and U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois; admitted to bar, State of Indiana 1993, admitted to U.S. District Court, Northern District of Indiana, 2003, admitted to District Court, Central District of Illinois, 2003, Member of Trial Bar, U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois, 2001; Member of American Trial Lawyers Association, Indianapolis Bar Association, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, Illinois Worker’s Compensation Lawyers Association. Preparatory education: Loyola University (B.S., 1982), John Marshall Law School (J.D., 1987).
Practice has been concentrated in the fields of Worker’s Compensation, Personal Injury and Contract Law.
When you experience an injury, everything can change – we know that at Saunders, Condon & Kenney. With more than 70 years of combined experienced litigating on our clients' behalf, you can focus on recovering, instead of finding yourself overwhelmed and worried about your court case.