Margaret L. MacNair

Meg practices in the firm’s commercial, construction, real estate, public finance, and taxation practice groups. Meg represents school districts, community colleges, municipalities, and private entities over the course of construction and development projects and any resulting litigation concerning payment delays, or design, or construct defects. She also litigates cases before the State of Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board and the circuit court on valuation and tax objections. Meg also represents clients in the areas of commercial transactions, including drafting and negotiating contracts, litigation, and alternative dispute resolution.

Prior to joining Robbins Schwartz, Meg represented union members and other private clients in landlord/tenant disputes, foreclosure defense, and other general litigation matters.  Meg is a mentor to a high school senior with iMentor, focusing on college preparedness.

Recent Publications

  • Contributing author, “Joint Purchasing Everything You Want to Know but Are Afraid to Ask!” UPDATE Magazine, Illinois ASBO (2019)

Margaret L. MacNair

Education

  • J.D., Loyola University Chicago School of Law
  • B.A., Gettysburg College

Admitted to Practice

  • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
  • Supreme Court of Illinois 

Organizations

  • Chicago Bar Association
  • iMentor Chicago, Mentor

Margaret L. MacNair

Margaret L. MacNair

Associate, Chicago Office
ph: 312.332.7760
fax:312.332.7768
mmacnair@robbins-schwartz.com

Meg practices in the firm’s commercial, construction, real estate, public finance, and taxation practice groups. Meg represents school districts, community colleges, municipalities, and private entities over the course of construction and development projects and any resulting litigation concerning payment delays, or design, or construct defects. She also litigates cases before the State of Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board and the circuit court on valuation and tax objections. Meg also represents clients in the areas of commercial transactions, including drafting and negotiating contracts, litigation, and alternative dispute resolution.

Prior to joining Robbins Schwartz, Meg represented union members and other private clients in landlord/tenant disputes, foreclosure defense, and other general litigation matters.  Meg is a mentor to a high school senior with iMentor, focusing on college preparedness.

Recent Publications

  • Contributing author, “Joint Purchasing Everything You Want to Know but Are Afraid to Ask!” UPDATE Magazine, Illinois ASBO (2019)

Education

  • J.D., Loyola University Chicago School of Law
  • B.A., Gettysburg College

Admitted to Practice

  • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
  • Supreme Court of Illinois 

Organizations

  • Chicago Bar Association
  • iMentor Chicago, Mentor

Practice Areas