Milan M. Filipovich, Attorney.

Milan M. FilipovichA Scion of a longtime family of Attorneys, Milan always knew his future resided in a career as a practicing lawyer. Milan is a native of Chicago, Illinois, and grew up in the former Yugoslavia. Having learned the culture and history of Eastern Europe, he moved back to the US when he was an early teen.

With an intense interest in Politics, History, Geography and Government, Milan began his quest for legal studies. He attended the University of Illinois, where he concentrated in Political Science and History, and obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in those fields.

Upon his graduation from University of Illinois, Milan volunteered in several political election campaigns, where he served as a volunteer and along others worked the electorate by going from door to door.

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In order to save up the funds to attend Law school, Milan began working at auto dealerships, first as a porter, and then ultimately as a sales professional. During his 6 year career in the auto business, Milan worked for some of the most famous and recognized name brands in the industry, including Porsche, Bentley, Lamborghini, Acura, and others.

Milan ultimately resumed his studies, and attended the John Marshall Law School, where he concentrated in Criminal law, Family law, and Business. While at John Marshall, he volunteered his time at the Cook County Public Defender's office, where he served as a Law clerk. While there, he acquired essential knowledge in the areas of Criminal defense and Family law.

In addition to his interest in law, Milan is an avid linguist, and is fluent in English, Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian, Montenegran. Milan also is proficient in Polish and French, and has limited Russian knowledge.

In his spare time, Milan enjoys motor-sports, reading history, politics, and playing basketball.

Christos Linardakis, Attorney

Christos LinardakisMr. Linardakis holds advanced law degrees (LL.M.) in International Trade Law and International Corporate Law. He has served as a Global Trade Compliance Officer & Empowered Official for a Fortune 25 computer technology company ($4.4B) as well as for a Fortune 500 telecommunications company ($1.5BUSD) and electronics company ($3.5BUSD). In those positions he established corporate compliance programs for U.S., E.U. and Asian trade laws, as well as ITAR compliance programs, including MLA/TAA for offshore ITAR manufacturing, instituting compliance operation manuals tailored to specific departmental requirements and Value-Stream Mapping/6-Sigma (VSM) for all Material and Information flow concerning ITAR manufacturing outside the U.S.

In addition, Mr. Linardakis has held various other positions for both public and private companies, in various capacities handling ITAR, Exports, Customs and off-shore manufacturing, both for commercial and military products. He has provided key legal and business advice to clients in international market penetration, foreign investments, Customs and FAA audits, TSA/IACSSP, Export Administration Regulations, International Traffic and Arms regulations, Foreign Military Sales, and more. He assisted in researching and editing the International Trade Law, N.Y Practitioner's Guide, (published by Matthew Bender). Mr. Linardakis is fluent in Greek and proficient in French, and has traveled extensively, including the Eastern Europe, the Middle East & Asia, for international companies located throughout the world.

He is an Adjunct Professor at John Marshall Law School LLM Program, teaching a class entitled "Corporate International Trade Compliance for Practicing Attorneys". He has studied abroad in Turkey and Greece via Lake Forest College, and has worked in Greece establishing distributors for Kawasaki products. He double majored in International Business and Economics at Benedictine University and has a minor in English Literature from local community college. In his free time, he volunteers and also is a Board member of The Education Center, a non-for-profit, located in the Chicagoland area that focuses on teaching young adults life-skills and life-coaching in order to succeed in school as well as in life, with a 98% success rate.