Christos Dimoulis graduated with honors from Loyola University Chicago School of Law, making the Dean’s List every semester. While at Loyola, Christos was both the President of the Christian Legal Society and a member of the prestigious Corboy Fellowship in Trial Advocacy. He received intensive training in courtroom advocacy and advanced trial techniques, and was awarded Mock Trial Student of the Year in 2017. Christos’ other academic awards include acceptance into the Alpha Sigma Nu Honor Society and CALI award for the highest grade in his legal writing class.
Christos has quickly developed significant experience representing clients in various disputes, including
- Landlord in a breach of contract claim against a tenant corporation who refused to pay rent. After pushing the case forward aggressively on behalf of his client, Christos convinced the Court to compel production of the corporate president’s personal financial documents, under the theory that the corporation was the president’s “alter-ego”. Shortly before the he was scheduled to disclose his personal financial documents, the corporation’s president requested settlement negotiations. The case quickly settled for an amount favorable for the landlord.
- Business broker in a breach of contract suit against his client. Christos helped to negotiate a settlement after successful mediation.
- Employee accused of stealing trade secrets, breaching a non-compete and confidentiality agreement, and breaching fiduciary duty to former employer by deleting emails, soliciting other employees and customers, misusing company’s manufacturing number, and starting his own company. The case went to trial. Christos handled the direct examination of multiple former customers, the cross examination of the plaintiff’s expert, and the closing argument. The Court ruled in favor of Christos’ client on the trade secrets claim and on all the breach of fiduciary duty claims, except for one.
- Business owner against her follow partners. Christos filed and litigated a one-hundred twenty-six page, thirty-count lawsuit based upon the “oppressed minority shareholder” statute under the Illinois Business Corporations Act, as well as` breaches of fiduciary duty, conversion, and breach of contract.
In his free time, Christos enjoys disc golf, weight training, and music. An avid pianist, saxophonist, and drummer, Christos occasionally appears on stage at his church, leading worship on Sunday mornings.