Karen T. Moses, Esq. drawing from more than 30 years in commercial litigation, partners with clients to craft and execute dispute resolution strategies that align their business goals. She represents business clients and individuals in all stages of commercial and real property litigation, including alternative dispute resolution, trial, and appeal.
Karen has handled litigation involving breach of contract, breach of warranty, conversion, fraud, tortious interference, breach of fiduciary duty, construction and environmental issues and other real estate disputes. She advises clients in a diverse set of industries, including banking, automotive, retail and construction. She also devotes a significant amount of time to consumer-related pro bono work.
Karen has represented clients before the Supreme Court of Illinois, the Supreme Court of Indiana and the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals. She is a member of the Trial Bar of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
Carl R. Pebworth, Esq. represents clients in disputes and risk management involving real property and construction. A skilled litigator, he is adept at proactive risk management, early case assessment, motions practice, negotiating settlements, and successfully winning trials and appeals on behalf of clients. His goal is to identify and to achieve the best strategic outcome for clients in a collaborative, results-oriented manner.
Carl represents commercial property developers, commercial and industrial landlords and tenants, and creditors in landlord-tenant disputes and ejectment actions, mortgage and lien foreclosures, and disputes concerning purchase, sale and title of commercial and industrial real estate.
Carl represents construction clients of many types in construction matters, ranging from project negotiation and risk management to litigation of complex construction disputes.
Carl serves as general counsel to the Indiana Subcontractors Association—a statewide umbrella organization of industrial and commercial trade contractors, suppliers, general contractors, and construction-affiliated service providers and consultants.
Carl also represents clients in general commercial litigation matters including insurance disputes, large tort actions and toxic tort representation.
As a result of his longstanding experience and service with private organizations, Carl has represented and advised nonprofit organizations in a number of circumstances.