Butler Rubin Launches Financial Services Litigation Practice Group

CHICAGO, February 27, 2018 – Butler Rubin is pleased to announce the formation of its Financial Services Litigation Practice Group. The group of 14 attorneys serves as trusted advisors to plaintiffs and defendants in financial services-related disputes by developing litigation strategies that benefit clients’ underlying business goals.

“Butler Rubin has provided legal services to the financial services industry since the firm was founded. Formalizing the practice group will allow us to collaborate more closely to advise our clients on a variety of legal challenges,” said Butler Rubin partner Julie Rodriguez Aldort.  “For more than three decades, our attorneys have successfully handled bet-the-company cases before courts and arbitration panels across the country. We understand the complex issues facing the financial services industry, including the heavily-regulated environment in which many companies operate.”

Attorneys in the Financial Services Litigation Practice Group represent a wide range of clients, including mortgage, credit and title insurers, banks, reinsurers of variable annuities, and issuers of annuities, amongst others. The group has experience handling a broad spectrum of disputes, combining cutting-edge technologies and outsourcing to cost-effectively manage large and small matters.

About Butler Rubin

Formed in 1980, Chicago-based Butler Rubin assists clients nationally and internationally in complex business disputes, including antitrust law, class actions, defense of corporate directors and officers, labor and employment law, post-closing disputes, reinsurance, insurance and healthcare litigation.