Monica J. Mosby concentrates her practice in general commercial trial practice, litigation and dispute resolution. Ms. Mosby’s substantive concentration is in the fields of real estate litigation, SEC investigations, and securities class and individual actions. Ms. Mosby has assisted clients in a wide range of matters, including representing large banks and lenders in actions against borrowers and guarantors of commercial loan agreements involving the acquisition and/or construction of real property; investigating potential causes of action suggested by SEC formal and informal inquiries; and responding to securities claims brought by the SEC and other government entities.
Ms. Mosby graduated from DePaul University School of Law, cum laude, where she was the recipient of the Michael Jahairis Academic Scholarship. During law school, Ms. Mosby served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Ronald A. Guzman of the US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. Upon graduation, Ms. Mosby was awarded a Public Interest Law Initiative (PILI) Fellowship with the Federal Defender Program, where she assisted in the criminal defense of indigent individuals prosecuted by the US Attorney’s office. Subsequently, Ms. Mosby was named to the PILI Board of Directors as the 2004–2006 Fellow Representative.
Ms. Mosby is a member of the Black Women Lawyers’ Association of Greater Chicago and the Cook County Bar Association. She is admitted to practice in Illinois and before the United States District Court for the Northern and Central Districts of Illinois.