Keis George Adds Versatile Litigator to Chicago, Illinois Office

Keis George LLP is delighted to welcome associate attorney Sade B. Ojediran to the firm’s Chicago, Illinois office. Ojediran will focus her practice on post-judgment enforcement in Illinois and Wisconsin.

“Sade checked all the boxes in terms of what we were looking for in a new associate, and in her short time with our practice, she’s exceeded already high expectations. She’s quickly become an invaluable member of our team and a joy to work with, “said Brad Krapfl, partner.

A skilled and versatile litigator, Ojediran will practice in all aspects of insurance litigation and post-judgment enforcement. Ojediran is adept in all aspects of civil procedure as she previously focused on consumer and commercial litigation involving breach of contract. Ojediran’s practical experience includes the modification and swift enforcement of bank citations, wage garnishments, asset attachments, and citation examination. While post-judgment remedies vary by state, Ojediran is up to speed on regulatory and statutory compliance, while working to maximize recoveries.

Warren S. George, managing litigation partner, believes Ojediran’s dynamic talent will contribute to the firm’s ongoing growth. “Standing out in Chicago’s crowded field of subrogation can be a challenging task. I am very proud of Keis George’s footprint in Illinois and specifically Chicago. I feel we have increased the talent we currently have in our post-judgment enforcement by adding Sade. Sade’s experience is vast and compliments our post-judgment enforcement. She is a talented lawyer with the energy and experience we need not only for our current post-judgment efforts but also those of the future.”

Ojediran received her J.D. from the University of Illinois College of Law and earned a degree in political science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. During law school, Ojediran served as the President of the University of Illinois Black Law Student Association. Ojediran is a member of the Black Women Lawyers Association of Greater Chicago, the Illinois State Bar Association, and the Wisconsin State Bar Association.

Ojediran’s parents created a home that was rich in culture and education. Appreciating the importance of education and traditions, Ojediran is passionate about the community and volunteers as a youth mentor. Ojediran comes to life as she seizes the opportunity to help children realize their academic and social potential.

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