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Joseph A. Ginsburg



Joe is a founder of Levin Ginsburg. For more than 40 years, Joe has served as legal counsel to domestic and international businesses and their owners in the areas of corporate law, mergers, and acquisitions, as well as risk analysis and dispute resolution. He has extensive experience in the negotiation and documentation of domestic and international transactions including financing, acquisition, divestiture, and mergers. Joe is also experienced and passionate about advising family owned and closely held businesses. He provides advice and counsel for continuity planning and wealth preservation strategies for businesses and their owners, and outside general counsel services as requested by his clients.

Joe is a founding member of the Private Directors Association. He continues to participate in a Family Firm Institute peer study group of other professionals serving family owned and closely held businesses and has been invited to speak and write on the subject.


DePaul University, J.D. 1969
Roosevelt University, B.S.

Courts and Bar Admissions



U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois
U.S. Tax Court


A life-long Chicagoan, Joe graduated law school and co-founded Levin Ginsburg, a firm dedicated to representing clients, not merely handling matters. To give back to the community, Joe volunteered for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. He has served as a Board Member and Chairman of the Board of a Make-A-Wish Chapter. Joe has also hosted a series of workshops for the College of Lake County aimed at teaching small business owners legal issues affecting their business and ownership. Spending time with his family and traveling takes up his leisure time when he is not golfing.

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