Jack Carriglio represents clients in commercial disputes, including the prosecution and defense of cases relating to contracts, business torts, bankruptcy, securities, product defects, patents, copyrights, trade secrets, partnership disputes, malpractice and professional disciplinary matters, and real estate litigation. He also has substantial experience handling class action litigation in a variety of contexts, including consumer protection. In addition, Jack has a substantial practice in representing corporations and individuals at the federal grand jury, trial, and appellate courts in various criminal matters including RICO, tax, and antitrust.
Jack has earned a reputation as one of the premier trial lawyers in Chicago in both commercial litigation and federal criminal cases, and he has tried cases and argued appeals in federal and state civil and criminal courts throughout the United States. He is the former president of the Chicago Chapter of the Federal Bar Association and is a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. During the course of his distinguished career, Jack has litigated before almost every federal judge in and around Chicago, and is familiar both with their courtroom procedures and their approaches to various types of cases.
Clients have included public corporations as well as mid-size and small companies involving a broad range of industries including technology, manufacturing, real estate, and service-based businesses. Before joining Cozen O’Connor, Jack practiced law and tried cases with Thomas Foran, a former U.S. Attorney.
Jack earned his law degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law, graduating cum laude, and was a member of the Law Review. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois.