Michael V. Favia Advises and Represents Individuals, Licensed Professionals and Organizations with Commercial & Residential Real Estate; Health Law, Litigation & Professional Licensing; Personal Injury & Wrongful Death; and Workers Compensation.

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Michael V. Favia is a well respected and connected health law, litigation and licensing attorney with experience from a variety of perspectives.

Highlights: John Marshall Law School, J.D., 1982; Loyola University, BBA 1978; Assistant Illinois Attorney General; Counsel to the City of Chicago; Former Chief of Medical and Health Related Prosecutions for the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation, directed the statewide enforcement of the Illinois Medical Practice Act and numerous other regulatory and licensure statutes. Selected by peers as a “Leading Lawyer” in the field of Health Law. -Rated AV- Highest Legal Ability Rating by Martindale Hubbell Peer Review Rating System.  -Member of the Illinois Bar Association for over 25 years -Member of the Chicago Bar Association since 1982.

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“Professionals should be aware that knowingly or unknowingly misrepresenting or failing to update their credentials when testifying in depositions or in court exposes them to potential discipline. The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) takes the position that such misrepresentation is unprofessional and a violation of the Illinois Medical Practice Act. I believe they would take the same position against any professional who misrepresents their credentials.” Michael V. Favia, Chicago IDFPR Attorney and Principal Attorney at Michael V. Favia & Associates, P.C..


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