Carter A. Korey
Carter A. Korey is an experienced litigator who has represented clients in lawsuits dealing with the following causes of action: breach of contract, common law fraud, violations of the Illinois Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Practices Act, breach of fiduciary duty, detinue, conversion of negotiable instruments, negligence, chancery and special remedies such as constructive trusts and injunctions (temporary restraining orders, preliminary injunctions and permanent injunctions), landlord/tenant, and suits to foreclose mortgages and mechanic’s liens.
In addition to litigation and trial practice, Mr. Korey practices corporate law, construction law, health care law, and probate law.
Mr. Korey received a Bachelor of Science from Arizona State University and a Juris Doctor from The John Marshall Law School. Mr. Korey is admitted to practice law in the states of Illinois and Florida, and is a member of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois and United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. He is also a member of the Trial Bar of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
Elliot Richardson is a litigation attorney, focusing on commercial matters representing clients engaged in contract, partnership, real estate and other business disputes. Mr. Richardson has handled hundreds of cases in the Illinois state and federal courts, including having taken cases to trial before both judges and juries. He has also practiced in many jurisdictions throughout the United States. His clients have included financial institutions, developers, contractors, manufacturers, printers, insurance companies and many others. Mr. Richardson also handles constitutional claims on behalf of businesses sustaining damages through a municipality’s wrongful conduct. As a plaintiff's civil rights attorney, he secured millions in judgments and settlements for his clients. His most victory included a large settlement for a First Amendment Freedom of Association claim against a Chicago area municipality.
Elliot Richardson received a Bachelor of Arts from Bradley University and Juris Doctor from The University of Dayton. Mr. Richardson is a member of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois and United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. He is also a member of the Trial Bar of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
Elliot Richardson is also the Founder and CEO of the Small Business Advocacy Council, an organization laser-focused on improving the economic environment for small businesses in the State of Illinois. Elliot also serves on the Board of Directors of ChildServ as their Board Chair. Childserv is a social service agency which helps at-risk children.
Daniel J. Stoller
Daniel Stoller practices in the areas of workers’ compensation, breach of contract, probate and business litigation. Mr. Stoller is licensed in Illinois and Florida. His dual membership has allowed him to handle litigation and case management in both states.
Prior to his time with KCHR, in his first year of Law School, Mr. Stoller received the highest grade award in the area of Torts. In his second year of Law School, he became an Assistant Professor for over fifty first year Law Students. Mr. Stoller provided supplemental instruction through lectures and essays to students throughout the year.
Mr. Stoller is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association, Florida State Bar Association, Chicago Bar Association, and Small Business Advocacy Council. He also sits as the current Sports Chair of the SBAC.
Michele D. Dougherty
Michele D. Dougherty is a seasoned litigator with significant experience representing individuals and businesses in commercial litigation, including breaches of contract, breaches of fiduciary duty, and shareholder disputes, as well as tort claims, fraud, and title issues. Ms. Dougherty spent several years representing large corporate clients in the consumer financial services sector in Illinois circuit and appellate courts and in federal court, and advising on various developments in the law, from federal and state regulations to local general administrative orders.
Ms. Dougherty received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Michigan and a Juris Doctor from Loyola University Chicago School of Law. Ms. Dougherty is admitted to practice law in the State of Illinois, and is a member of the general bar for the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. She is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association and the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois.
Michelle Henson practices primarily in the area of California Workers’ Compensation defense. Ms. Henson received a Bachelor of Science degree from University of Phoenix and a Juris Doctorate from San Francisco Law School in San Francisco, California. After law school, Ms. Henson worked in the area of labor and employment, workers’ compensation and probate. Ms. Henson is admitted to practice law in the state of California. She is a member of the California State Bar Association and the Fresno County Bar Association.
Rachael D. Crim
Rachael D. Crim is an associate attorney with a primary focus on workers’ compensation defense matters. She appears at various Northern California WCABs and represents defendants in all workers’ compensation claims including catastrophic injuries, Serious and Willful allegations and Labor Code 132a violations.
Ms. Crim attended the University at Buffalo in New York and received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a focus in Public Relations. She received her Juris Doctorate from Golden Gate University in San Francisco, California, and was admitted to the State Bar of California. During law school, Ms. Crim had the opportunity to serve in both writing and editing roles for the GGU Law Review.
Ms. Crim has focused primarily on workers’ compensation since 2010. Prior to her experience in workers’ compensation she gained experience representing plaintiffs in personal injury matters in Oakland, California.
Cory Mofield practices primarily in the areas of Illinois Workers’ Compensation defense and breach of contract. After law school, Mr. Mofield worked for a company negotiating municipal land use agreements and advised on local and state regulation of utility land use.
Mr. Mofield received his Bachelor of Arts from Indiana University - Bloomington in 2011 and Juris Doctor from American University Washington College of Law in 2014, where he was a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Honors Society and earned Highest Grade Distinction in Remedies.
Mr. Mofield is admitted to practice law in the states of Illinois and Indiana, and is a member of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana and the United States District Court for the Northern District of Indiana. He is a member of the Chicago Bar Association and the Indiana State Bar Association.
Brad Harris practices primarily in the area of California Workers’ Compensation defense. Mr. Harris received a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of California, Riverside and a Juris Doctorate from University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, California. After law school, Mr. Harris worked at an insurance company in New York City, and then moved back to California where he has been defending employers in workers’ compensation cases. Mr. Harris is admitted to practice law in the state of California.
Skye Daley has spent his entire career to-date vigorously representing his clients in civil litigation. Mr. Daley has extensive experience in employment law and litigation, general business litigation, as well as tort and personal injury actions. Mr. Daley comes to Korey Richardson having represented both plaintiffs and defendants in each of these areas.
Mr. Daley received his Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, from Northeastern University in 2009 and his Juris Doctor from Pepperdine University School of Law in 2012. While attending Pepperdine, Mr. Daley was an editor of the Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship, and the law, and authored and published a long form article for the Journal on the power of local zoning authority in California. Prior to joining a law firm, Mr. Daley worked for the Honorable Judge Harry Pregerson of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Mr. Daley is admitted to practice in the State of California, and has provided legal commentary for NPR, FOX, HLN, ESPN and others.
Emily L. Mallor
Emily L. Mallor is an associate with a primary focus on commercial litigation. Ms. Mallor brings extensive litigation experience to Korey Richardson, and has practiced in the following areas of law: criminal defense, commercial litigation, breach of contract, product liability, tort claims, and fraud claims. Ms. Mallor has tried numerous cases before both judges and juries.
Ms. Mallor obtained her law degree from St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami, Florida. During law school, she was on the International Law Review, participated in the Appellate Defender Clinic and also served as an Academic Dean's Fellow. Ms. Mallor graduated law school in the top 15% of her class. She completed her undergraduate studies at Indiana University - Bloomington, with an interdepartmental major in Political Sciences and Philosophy and a minor in Spanish.
Ms. Mallor is licensed to practice law in Illinois, California and Florida. She is also licensed to practice before the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Ryan Gibson practices in the areas of commercial and business litigation, business counseling, and appeals. Mr. Gibson’s diverse commercial litigation experience includes: class action defense, insurance coverage disputes, tort and wrongful death defense, third-party and subrogation actions, patent defense, construction law, collections, and other complex litigation. Mr. Gibson also advises businesses, business owners, and entrepreneurs in areas such as employment and severance disputes, the drafting and negotiation of non-compete/non-disclosure agreements, and corporate and transactional matters. His appellate experience includes an appeal to the United States Court of Appeals in a case that alleged that the occupational liberty and due process rights of construction contractors had been violated by the Chicago Transit Authority.
While attending Chicago-Kent College of Law, Mr. Gibson was a member of the Chicago-Kent Law Review and served a term on its editorial board. He also received several awards including CALI Awards for the highest grade in the following four courses: Business Organizations, Business Planning for Closely Held Enterprises, Legal Writing II, and Legal Writing III.
Mr. Gibson is a member of the Chicago Bar Association and the Illinois State Bar Association.