Joseph F. Kwiatkowski
Joseph joined the team at Grzymala Law Offices, P.C. in November 2020 where he focuses his practice on collections matters, construction law and commercial litigation. He is a zealous advocate for the firm’s clients and spends his days arguing in court and drafting complaints, briefs, and other pleadings related to issues of breach of contract, mechanics liens, fraud, and other business disputes.
Prior to joining Grzymala Law Offices, P.C., Joseph worked as an associate attorney focusing on the areas of employment, commercial and real estate litigation. Joseph has experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants in federal and state court.
Joseph was admitted to the Illinois Bar in May 2016 and the General Bar of the United States Court for the Northern District of Illinois in December 2018.
Joseph graduated from Chicago-Kent College of Law in May 2015 where he earned his Juris Doctor with a business law certificate. While at Chicago-Kent, Joseph participated in the Health and Disability Law Clinic, where he represented individuals in the Federal Court of Claims seeking financial compensation for vaccine related injuries they suffered.
Prior to law school, Joseph attended the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History.
Joseph is a member of the Advocates Society, an organization of attorneys of Polish descent as well as the Polish American Chamber of Commerce. Joseph is also a member of and serves on the Chicago Bar Association – Mechanics Lien Subcommittee, the Illinois State Bar Association, and the American Bar Association Construction Law Forum Divisions 7 (liens and bond claims) and 9 (subcontractors and suppliers).
Joseph is proficient in Polish and was raised bilingual, biliterate, and bicultural.