Tracy Ickes is a member of Nixon Peabody’s Complex Commercial Disputes practice group. She concentrates her practice on commercial and construction matters as well as intellectual property disputes.
Tracy previously practiced in Chicago, Illinois, where the Leading Lawyers Network recognized her as an “Emerging Lawyer.” While in law school, Tracy was a judicial intern with the Hon. John C. O’Meara of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.
I litigate complex commercial disputes in a range of industries, including construction and real estate, technology and insurance. My experience includes claims for breach of contract, antitrust violations, theft of trade secrets, business torts and corporate governance disputes and indemnity issues.
I handle all stages of litigation in state and federal courts at both the trial and appellate levels. I am currently representing a subcontractor in arbitration regarding a construction dispute. My ability to distill complex issues into accessible narratives is of great value to clients litigating highly technical subject matters before generalist courts.
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