Alexander R. Domanskis has represented corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies and individuals in acquisitions and sales, financing, litigation and general business planning for over thirty-five years. He has had significant experience in real estate, including financing in 20 states, leasing and zoning. For his clients, Al also provides estate and succession planning.
He was the court appointed administrator of a $200 million settlement fund in the Folding Carton Antitrust Litigation. He has been an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association in connection with real estate and business disputes since 1987.
In 1977, Al began his career as a Law Clerk to Judge Edwin A. Robson of the United States Court for the Northern District of Illinois. In 1979, Al joined the law firm of Ross & Hardies as an associate and was named partner in the law firm in 1985. From March 1987 through December 1990, Al was jointly associated with Ross & Hardies and with Intercounty Title Company of Illinois, a title insurance agent with real estate, financial and credit reporting subsidiaries. In January 1991, Al returned to the full time private practice of law with Ross & Hardies. In April 1994, Al left his partnership at Ross & Hardies to become a partner with Shaw Gussis & Domanskis which became known as Shaw Gussis Domanskis Fishman & Glantz. In April 2002, Al joined in establishing Boodell & Domanskis, LLC.
Braithwaite, Domanskis, Lenet and Siegel, Illinois Land Use Regulations and Issues, Lorman Education Services (2008).
Major Land Use Laws in Illinois, Volume 1, National Business Institute (1998).
Negotiating The Maze of Land Division Regulations and The Law of Nonconforming Uses in Land Use Law Update in Illinois, National Business Institute (1997).
Between Two Worlds in The Ethnic Handbook: A Guide to the Cultures and Traditions of Chicago’s Diverse Communities, Illinois Ethnic Coalition (1996).
International Contract Law, Proceedings of the International Congress of Law in Lithuania (1992).
The Journal: After A Decade, 11 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 1 (1977).
Small Claims Courts: An Overview and Recommendation, 9 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 590 (1976), reprinted in 26 Law Review Digest 16 (1977), excerpted in P. Carrington & B. Babcock, Civil Procedure 707 (1977).