Kenneth W. Bosworth
Hoffman Estates lawyer Kenneth W. Bosworth is a graduate of the Northern Illinois University with a degree in business administration. He received his law degree from John Marshal Law School in Chicago in 1976. Ken joined Pluymert, MacDonald, Hargrove & Lee, Ltd. in 2012 and is a licensed attorney in both the State and Federal Courts of Illinois. His practice areas include all real estate and corporate transactions both locally and throughout the United States.
Ken has a broad range of real estate, corporate and financing experience. He represents publicly traded real estate investment trusts, real estate syndicators, real estate developers and lenders and corporations throughout the Chicago Metropolitan area, numerous states and foreign countries. Ken’s real estate practice extends to the acquisition, development, construction, financing and disposition of residential, commercial, office hotel and industrial properties. He also has extensive experience in the area of condominiums, having drafted numerous condominium declarations and City of Chicago and Federal Property Reports. Ken’s practice also includes management agreements and commercial leasing and zoning.
Ken has represented numerous financial institutions in all forms of lending, including construction loans, real estate secured loans, business loans and senior and junior lenders.
Ken’s corporate practice involves the representation of both private and publicly held corporations. His areas of expertise would include a variety of corporate matters including mergers, acquisitions as well as leveraged buy-outs.
Ken is the co-author of the chapter entitled “Construction Financing from the Borrower’s Perspective” in the Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education handbook entitled “Commercial Real Estate”. He also co-authored an article entitled “I Personally Guaranteed a Loan on a Real Estate Deal That’s Gone Sour-Now What Do I Do?”. Ken is married and has two sons.
Contact Ken to discuss your commercial real estate and business corporate needs.