Singleton Law Firm, P.C.
Singleton Law Firm, P.C. is dedicated to serving the legal needs of business and individual clients of east central Illinois and beyond with an emphasis in the areas of corporate, intellectual property (including patent, trademark and copyright) and commercial real estate law.
The firm was founded by Alan R. Singleton and Elizabeth (Liz) Kellner following Mr. Singleton's practice at another local firm as an associate and then shareholder. Ms. Kellner's experience includes work at the University of Illinois business incubator and then with techCommUnity as coordinator and then executive director. Both Mr. Singleton and Ms. Kellner are active in their efforts to grow the local business community. Both maintain contacts in the local business community and beyond which allow them to serve as a team to meet the needs of business and individual clients through the provision of value added quality legal services.
|The Practice||Resource Library|
|Technology Commercialization||Business Formation|
|Corporate Formation||Protecting your IP|
|Corporate Transactions||Health Care|
|Commercial Real Estate|
|Estate Planning||Resource Links|
|Local tech calendars:||Tax Credits|
|Technology Entrepreneur Center||Health Care Industry|
|Academy for Entrepreneurial Leadership||Government|
|University of Illinois|
The information provided on this website is intended to be general information only, in the nature of advertising. An attorney-client relationship is not created by you viewing the information on the site nor by you merely emailing or calling Singleton Law Firm, P.C. An attorney relationship with a client can exist only after direct interaction between Alan R. Singleton and you wherein there is an agreement to create an attorney-client relationship. You should not rely upon the content of this website in making legal or business decisions. You should seek the counsel of your own attorney in regards to legal matters for you or your business. Alan R. Singleton is licensed to practice law in the state of Illinois and before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. He is not licensed to practice law and does not seek legal work involving the practice of law in any other state or jurisdiction.