Scott L. Ginsburg

Scott focuses his practice in the area of real property taxation and assessment appeals, where he has tried several cases before the State of Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board, and litigates cases in the circuit court on valuation and tax rate objections.

Scott also practices in the area of commercial transactions and local government, including contract drafting and review, litigation and alternative dispute resolution. He has experience in representing general contractors, local governments and business owners in all aspects of civil litigation.

Prior to joining Robbins Schwartz, Scott concentrated his practice on litigation, in the areas of commercial disputes, construction defects and labor and employment issues. Scott is also a former judicial extern to the Honorable Michael J. Reagan, United States District Judge, Southern District of Illinois.

Recent Publications

  • Author, "PTAB Clarifies Uniformity Standards for Income Properties," Illinois State Bar Association's Tax Trends (February 2015)
  • Author, "Chicago Bears Football Club v. The Cook County Department of Revenue, 2014 IL App (1st) 122892," Illinois State Bar Association's Tax Trends (September 2014) 
  • Contributing author, "Illinois Supreme Court Clarifies Standard Review for Zoning Decisions," Illinois Municipal Review (2008)

Recent Presentations

  • Representing the Intervenor and Sycamore Case Update, The Chicago Bar Association, Chicago, IL (December 2016)
  • Tax Rate Objections–Tactics for Defending or Minimizing the Drain on Your District’s Levy Revenues, Park District Finance Seminar, Naperville, IL (February 2016)
  • Assessment Appeals: Why Your School District Should Get Involved, LaSalle County Superintendents Meeting, Ottawa, IL (April 2014)

Scott L. Ginsburg

Education

  • J.D., Washington University School of Law, 2004
  • B.A., DePauw University, 2001

Admitted to Practice

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

Organizations

  • Member of the Illinois State Bar Association, State and Local Taxation Section Council 

Scott L. Ginsburg

Scott L. Ginsburg

Partner, Chicago Office
ph: 312.332.7760
fax:312.332.7768
sginsburg@robbins-schwartz.com

Scott focuses his practice in the area of real property taxation and assessment appeals, where he has tried several cases before the State of Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board, and litigates cases in the circuit court on valuation and tax rate objections.

Scott also practices in the area of commercial transactions and local government, including contract drafting and review, litigation and alternative dispute resolution. He has experience in representing general contractors, local governments and business owners in all aspects of civil litigation.

Prior to joining Robbins Schwartz, Scott concentrated his practice on litigation, in the areas of commercial disputes, construction defects and labor and employment issues. Scott is also a former judicial extern to the Honorable Michael J. Reagan, United States District Judge, Southern District of Illinois.

Recent Publications

  • Author, "PTAB Clarifies Uniformity Standards for Income Properties," Illinois State Bar Association's Tax Trends (February 2015)
  • Author, "Chicago Bears Football Club v. The Cook County Department of Revenue, 2014 IL App (1st) 122892," Illinois State Bar Association's Tax Trends (September 2014) 
  • Contributing author, "Illinois Supreme Court Clarifies Standard Review for Zoning Decisions," Illinois Municipal Review (2008)

Recent Presentations

  • Representing the Intervenor and Sycamore Case Update, The Chicago Bar Association, Chicago, IL (December 2016)
  • Tax Rate Objections–Tactics for Defending or Minimizing the Drain on Your District’s Levy Revenues, Park District Finance Seminar, Naperville, IL (February 2016)
  • Assessment Appeals: Why Your School District Should Get Involved, LaSalle County Superintendents Meeting, Ottawa, IL (April 2014)

Education

  • J.D., Washington University School of Law, 2004
  • B.A., DePauw University, 2001

Admitted to Practice

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

Organizations

  • Member of the Illinois State Bar Association, State and Local Taxation Section Council 

Practice Areas