Known as The Pizza Lawyer, Agostino specializes in representing food service and restaurant owner clients. From a young age, Agostino worked at his family’s Italian restaurant in Schiller Park, Sergio’s Pub and Food. He is a lawyer who grew up in the restaurant business and a lawyer who knows the restaurant business.
Agostino Filippone is a partner with Chokshi Filippone Law, LLC. In addition to his restaurant specialization, he also represents general small business owners in a wide range of matters. He enjoys providing the focused, experienced, and dedicated counseling his clients deserve. After gaining extensive experience through his roles with corporate partners since 2006, Agostino originally opened Filippone Law, LLC. Now expanding, the firm has evolved into Chokshi Filippone Law, LLC. He understands the value of hard work, having worked full-time at a national insurance carrier while attending graduate school. After receiving his law degree, he practiced as a corporate attorney with one of the largest legal funding providers in the United States.
Agostino received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Knox College, Juris Doctor from Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Master of Business Administration from Loyola University Chicago Quinlan School of Business, and a Master of Science in Operations Management from the University of Arkansas School of Engineering. During law school, he was News Editor for the Consumer Law Review and wrote several articles as a member of its Executive Board.
Agostino is licensed to practice law in Illinois and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
Attorney Filippone is a strong supporter of community service and a proud member of several Chicagoland area programs, including Chicago Volunteer Legal Services, CARPLS, and as a Board Member of Junior Achievement. He is also a Commissioner with the Village of Mount Prospect, serving on the Planning and Zoning Board.
Knox College, 2006
Loyola University Chicago School of Law, 2013
News Editor, LUC Consumer Law Review
Loyola University Chicago Quinlan School of Business, 2013
University of Arkansas, 2013