Kevin Coyne, Naperville councilman and Chuhak & Tecson principal, moderates Keeping Lisle Safe

February 14, 2020

Related PeopleKevin M. Coyne

Practice AreasReal Estate

Chuhak & Tecson principal and Naperville councilman, Kevin Coyne, will moderate the Keeping Lisle Safe program at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 29, in room 321 at Benedictine University, in room 321 at 5700 College Road, Lisle. Hosted by Safe DuPage, a new program Coyne created that is designed to raise awareness about crime and public safety, the event focuses on crime in the Lisle community. Speakers include Christopher Pecak, mayor of Lisle, Bob Berlin, DuPage County state’s attorney, Jim McCluskey, associate judge of the 18th Judicial Circuit, Ron Wilke, acting police chief of Lisle and Grant Wehrli, state representative. Those interested in attending are encouraged to show up at the event—advanced registration is not necessary.

Coyne leads the 18-attorney Real Estate practice group at Chuhak & Tecson. He represents national franchises, restaurants, bars and professional practices and has substantial experience negotiating office, retail and industrial leases on the national and local levels for landlords and tenants. Priding himself on the personal attention he brings to every transaction, Coyne crafts meticulous documentation tailored to align with the client’s present and future business needs and goals. Serving on the City of Naperville’s city council has given him a unique perspective and constructive insight for clients facing municipal issues in Chicagoland.