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Stacey and Joey have unique and complimentary skillsets which inspired them to open Vucko Law LLP together in 2019 to better serve their clients’ needs. They take a creative approach to problem-solving with the shared goal of finding cost-effective, practical legal solutions.

Joey has over seven years of in-house legal experience and a diverse background in contractual matters, general legal advising and litigation. After graduating in 2008, Joey began his career working in Chicago law firms until 2011 when he began his first in-house attorney role with a rapidly growing electronic consumer goods company. From there he worked as an in-house lawyer for a major public relations and marketing consultancy firm. Starting in 2014 and continuing until joining Vucko Law LLP, Joey worked as Corporate Counsel for a worldwide leader in sports performance nutritional foods and supplements. 

Stacey also began her career working for Chicago law firms. Stacey sharpened her litigation skills representing both corporate and individual clients in state and federal court under the guidance of a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. She then went on to establish her own practice, Vucko Law, where she focused on women’s workplace rights issues. Her background and success in this arena now represent the foundation of Vucko Law LLP’s employment dispute practice. 



  • The firm has achieved multiple favorable settlements on behalf of clients for employment discrimination claims before the EEOC, IDHR and in federal court. 

  • 2017 – 2018 - Obtained a judgment in the amount of over $137,000.00 (including attorney’s fees and costs) in favor of licensed practical nurse against her former employer on claims including, but not limited to, pregnancy discrimination and failure to accommodate claims under Title VII and the ADA.  


In addition, attorney Stacey Vucko’s prior litigation experience before founding Vucko Law is as follows:

  • Prosecuted a legal malpractice case as second chair on behalf of plaintiff city against its former attorney and his law firm. The three-week, publicized jury trial involved an underlying federal False Claims Act complaint alleging that the city's fire department had falsely coded emergency ambulance bills to Medicare. 

  • Represented multiple plaintiffs against a vocational school in breach of contract, Illinois Consumer Fraud Act and Illinois Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices Act litigation.

  • Obtained Summary Judgment on behalf of a corporate client in defending a civil conspiracy case in Cook County following oral argument and briefing. 

  • Prosecuted a breach of contract claim against a physician and her clinic and obtained a favorable verdict following a bench trial in Cook County.

  • Assisted with the successful prosecution of a breach of insurance contract claim for failure to pay on the insured's claim.  

  • Obtained a favorable settlement on behalf of a client for a personal injury claim arising out of a car accident. 

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