207 East Ohio, #217
Chicago, IL 60611
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Luka Misetic represents clients in state, federal and international litigation, including commercial, civil, white-collar criminal and international criminal cases. In business litigation, Mr. Misetic represents corporations and partnerships, as well as their directors, officers and partners in breach of contract and fiduciary duty claims, regulatory matters, trade secrets claims, fraud and negligence suits, and a variety of other claims.
In the white-collar criminal and corporate internal investigations areas, Mr. Misetic represents corporations and individuals in securities fraud cases, SEC investigations and civil enforcement proceedings, as well as SEC enforcement actions brought under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
He currently represents Croatian General Ante Gotovina, indicted by the International Criminal Tribunal for leading a military operation in 1995 known as "Operation Storm."
Illinois State Bar, 1996
US District Court Northern District of Illinois 1996
International Criminal Tribunal for former
Professional Memberships and Affiliations
Association of Defence Counsel before the ICTY
Illinois State Bar Association
Recovered more than $5,000,000 on behalf of elderly widow who had been defrauded by her financial advisor.
Served as Lead Defense Counsel in representation of Bosnian Croat Anto Furundzija before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former
In international business litigation, represented the former Soviet
In the white-collar criminal and corporate internal investigations areas, represented corporations and individuals in RICO, mail fraud and bank fraud cases, securities fraud cases, SEC investigations and civil enforcement proceedings, as well as SEC enforcement actions brought under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
As an appellate practitioner, briefed and argued cases in a broad range of substantive areas of law, including both criminal and civil cases. Successfully affirmed lower court verdicts and obtained reversals of lower court orders, including a denial of a preliminary injunction in a multi-million dollar dispute over a public works contract. [Case highlighted in, "Avoidable Lawsuits Mean Enormous Costs for Evanston," The Daily Northwestern, October 29, 2001. Opinion found at: http://www.state.il.us/court/Opinions/AppellateCourt/2002/1stDistrict/June/Html/1014147.htm].