Mr. Greubel is a trial lawyer who has taken more than fifty cases to verdict before juries in Cook, Will, DuPage and McHenry Counties. Mr. Greubel now specializes in the defense of professional negligence claims; representing physicians, medical groups, hospitals and other allied healthcare providers in a wide range of complex personal injury and wrongful death matters. Mr. Greubel has also been named an Emerging Lawyer by the Chicago Law Bulletin, which honors the top 2% of all lawyers under the age of forty.
As a representation of his trial experience, most recently, in July 2016, Mr. Greubel successfully defended a medical negligence suit to verdict in a case involving the death of a twenty year-old woman. In addition to this matter, Mr. Greubel has defended countless physicians and other allied health care providers in claims spanning the medical spectrum; ranging from high risk obstetrics, neurosurgery, radiology, general surgery, primary care, mental healthcare providers, and emergency medicine. Mr. Greubel is also involved in representing physicians in licensing actions, Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance and managed care disputes.
In addition to his focus on healthcare-related matters, Mr. Greubel also maintains an active practice representing large scale transportation interests, other complex insurance defense matters, as well as an active insurance coverage practice, representing clients in both State and Federal courts.
Prior to joining Nora & Partners, Mr. Greubel specialized in complex insurance coverage disputes involving a variety of environmental contamination, mass tort and product liability matters.
Mr. Greubel is admitted to the State Bar of Illinois, as well as the Federal District for the Northern District of Illinois. He is an active member of the Illinois State and Chicago Bar Associations. He serves as an arbitrator whereby he assists litigants in resolving disputes which range from complex personal injury matters, real property, and breach of contract and employment issues.
Mr. Greubel received a J.D. from The John Marshall Law School, graduating cum laude. While in law school, Mr. Greubel was the Editor-in Chief of The John Marshall Journal of Computer and Information Law. Prior to attending law school, Mr. Greubel received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Purdue University.
Mr. Greubel has authored the following publications: William Greubel, Note: A Comedy of Errors: Defining “Component” in a Global Information Technology Market – Accounting for Innovation by Penalizing the Innovators, 24 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 507 (Spring 2006); and William Greubel, et al., The Twenty-Fifth Annual John Marshall International Moot Court Competition in Information Technology and Privacy Law October 26-28, 2006: Bench Memorandum, 24 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 673 (Summer 2006).