Butler Rubin Announces Office Move to 321 N. Clark

CHICAGO, April 4, 2016 – Chicago’s Butler Rubin Saltarelli & Boyd LLP has moved to 321 N. Clark at Riverfront Plaza effective April 4, 2016.  The firm, with more than 60 employees, had been in its former offices at 70 West Madison since 1983.

“The move provides us with an excellent location, competitive cost structure and the ability to move from our 2 floors to a single floor that will promote more collaboration among our lawyers and staff,” said Partner Robert Hermes. “We are excited to have a long-term lease after recently celebrating our 35th anniversary as a litigation boutique.”  The firm occupies the building’s 4th floor, which features one-sized offices within a glass tower with views of the Chicago River and the River North neighborhood.

The firm’s new office space allowed it to customize its layout and create features such as client-engagement areas, a café overlooking the Chicago River for employees, re-designed project rooms for litigation preparation and cutting edge technology that will allow the firm to better serve client needs.

Originally founded as Ronald Butler, Ltd. on June 1, 1980, Butler Rubin has remained true to its original founding mission: to be a boutique litigation firm where the needs of clients serve as the guiding force, where a smaller environment promotes demonstrated teamwork and true collaboration, and where lawyers feel confident in a welcoming culture that always looks for new and more efficient ways to partner with clients.

“Many law firms work on a growth model but at Butler Rubin, we have always wanted to maintain a smaller environment and a distinct focus. With about 35 lawyers, over the years we have retained both a stable client base and talented professionals.  It’s been the best of both worlds for many, many years,” said Founding Partner James Rubin.

Completed in 1987, the 896,502-square-foot 321 North Clark at Riverfront Plaza has been recognized internationally as a premier example of Chicago’s modern architectural legacy. As a joint venture partner, Hines acquired the property in April 2001. The building, designed by architects Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, is Energy Star certified and LEED Gold.  Major tenants include the American Bar Association, Foley & Lardner and Littler Mendelson.

Formed in 1980, Chicago-based Butler Rubin has established itself as a well-known law firm assisting clients nationally and internationally in complex business disputes, including antitrust law; class actions; defense of corporate directors and officers; labor and employment law; reinsurance; insurance; healthcare litigation; and insolvency.