Of Cousel at Arnstein & Lehr
Mr. Turoff is of counsel in the firm’s Chicago office, where he has practiced since 1964. He has substantial experience handling a broad range of sophisticated business, securities, commercial, and tort litigation matters. Among the types of matters he has litigated are complex insurance coverage disputes, including issues concerning the availability of coverage for products liability, commercial and environmental claims; breach of contract claims, including issues relating to interference with contractual relations and prospective economic advantage; injunctive and equitable remedies, especially as they relate to issues of unfair competition and the enforceability of restrictive covenants; shareholder disputes; trade secrets; products liability; breach of fiduciary duty; fraud; real estate and commercial leases; claims against issuers, officers and directors under federal and state securities laws and common law actions based on alleged securities fraud, RICO; public liability claims; creditor’s rights including fraudulent transfer claims; declaratory judgments; Lanham Act; and antitrust claims under both the Sherman Act and the Robinson-Patman Act. Mr Turoff has practiced in federal and state trial and appellate courts throughout the country, as well as before arbitration panels of the NASD, mediators and administrative bodies.