Michael W. Weaver focuses his practice on complex civil litigation, trust and family business controversies, and product liability defense. He has appeared in and represented clients in federal and state courts across the country as well as before various arbitration tribunals.
Michael is an active Firm citizen. He serves as the partner-in-charge for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Diversity and Inclusion Committee. He is the hiring partner for the Firm’s Chicago office and is co-chair of the Chicago office’s Pro Bono and Community Service Committee. In 2010, Michael received the Firm’s Outstanding Achievement and Commitment to Pro Bono and Service to Community Award.
Previously, Michael served as a law clerk for Chief Justice F. Michael Kruse and Associate Justice Lyle L. Richmond of the High Court of American Samoa. While in law school, he was the executive editor for student articles for the Loyola Law Journal and a Philip H. Corboy Fellow in Trial Advocacy.