Kyle T. Fahey is an associate attorney focusing his practice on toxic tort and complex commercial litigation. Mr. Fahey has extensive experience in all stages of litigation including drafting pleadings, dispositive motions, conducting written and oral discovery, and engaging with clients in case strategy and analysis from the initial pleadings through trial.
Prior to joining Segal McCambridge, Mr. Fahey worked as an associate attorney at a litigation firm in Chicago gaining invaluable experience litigating contested wills and trusts, breach of fiduciary duty claims, and contested guardianship matters. Mr. Fahey earned his J.D. from Chicago-Kent College of Law, where he graduated cum laude with a Certificate in Business Law. While at Chicago-Kent, Mr. Fahey served as a judicial extern for Judge Amy J. St. Eve in the Northern District of Illinois, was named to the Dean’s Honor List all six semesters from 2010-2013, and earned CALI Awards for Academic Excellence in Complex Litigation and Corporate Finance. Mr. Fahey also holds a bachelor’s degree in English literature from the University of Wisconsin. He is licensed to practice in Illinois.
Professional and civic involvement is important to Mr. Fahey. He is actively involved with the Chicago Bar Association Young Lawyers Section, where he previously served as a Vice-Chairman of the Estate Planning Committee. Mr. Fahey is a member of the Chicago Bar Association, Illinois State Bar Association, Loyola Academy Bar Association, and devoted supporter of the Alzheimer’s Association and the Chicago Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
- CALI Award Winner for Complex Litigation (Fall 2012) and Corporate Finance (Fall 2012)
- Dean's Lists, all semesters of law school
- Merit Scholarship Award Recipient (Chicago-Kent College of Law)
Professional & Civic Involvement
- Chicago Bar Association, Vice Chair of Young Lawyers Section Estate Planning Committee
- Illinois State Bar Association
- Loyola Academy Bar Association
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