Matthew Ciesielski has become an associate at Marshall, Gerstein & Borun LLP. He will be responsible for securing and protecting the intellectual property rights of a broad range of clients. Previously, Ciesielski was assistant State's Attorney for McHenry County. Most recently, he served as a felony prosecutor, handling crimes from indictment to verdict, including armed robbery, sexual assault and child pornography offenses. Ciesielski earned a Bachelor's degree from Yale College and a law degree from the Indiana University School of Law ¿ Bloomington.
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