Business Law We counsel businesses on legal issues such as organization, mergers and acquisitions, contracts, labor and employment matters and intellectual property protection.
Real Estate/Land Use We shepherd real estate and development projects to successful conclusion.
Litigation Trial and appellate lawyers practicing through the United States and achieving exceptional results.
Government Law We serve as general counsel to, and special prosecutors for, government entities such as cities, townships, public agencies and municipalities.
Homeowner and Condominium Associations We advise associations in all aspects of HOA law, including compliance, governance and litigation.
Higher Education We represent colleges and universities facing compliance and litigation challenges.
Labor and Employment We represent individuals in employment matters, large and small, in every aspect of labor and employment practices, including compliance reviews, internal investigations, collective bargaining negotiations, and defense of claims.
Private Client and Wealth Preservation Our attorneys counsel individuals, families and business owners on estate and tax strategies to preserve wealth including: Estate Planning, Business Succession Planning, Probate and Trust Administration, Charitable Planning and Charitable Foundation Formation and Governance.
When experience counts, count on Rathje Woodward.
At Rathje Woodward, clients are served by lawyers who have practiced, on average, 20+ years in their fields. Our experienced attorneys remain fully-engaged in every aspect of a matter to ensure our clients receive high-quality, solutions-oriented advice in a timely manner.
The 2016 Borrower Defense To Repayment Regulations (the “BDR Regulations”) were published in November 2016, but implementation was stayed until 2018.
Ray Sanguinetti, of Rathje Woodward in Wheaton, will be used at a rate of $240 per hour, should the county need his services. His services will be used at the discretion of County Board Chairman Jim Olson, D-Seneca, but cannot exceed $10,000 without further committee approval.
Recently, a large contractor retained Rathje Woodward to file a complaint and seek a temporary restraining order following the resignation of a key employee who joined a competitor.