Jeremy Capell Joins Butler Rubin as Chief Operating Officer

CHICAGO, May 6, 2015 – Jeremy (“Jerry”) Capell, a prominent consultant and executive, joins Butler Rubin Saltarelli & Boyd as its Chief Operating Officer where he will oversee the firm’s strategic and day-to-day operations. With more than 25 years of experience, his background includes extensive experience in financial (P/L) management, administrative management, marketing, sales, risk management and human resources.

Most recently, Capell was CEO, President and founder of Urban Renovators, a company focusing on the hiring of veterans to occupy and renovate for sale, vacant homes in neighborhoods devastated by the housing crisis. He previously worked as a forensic accounting consultant and then part of the management team for Navigant Consulting, where as a Managing Director he was responsible for the commercial insurance and reinsurance practice, served on Navigant’s management committee and various firm wide corporate development and advisory committees including integration of acquired businesses and senior professionals and strategy development and implementation.

“We are pleased that Jerry is part of our management team, particularly as many of us worked with him when he was with Navigant in the insurance and reinsurance practice. His experience and management know-how is an excellent fit and welcome addition to our firm,” said Robert Hermes, a partner and a member of the firm’s Management Committee.

Capell is a graduate of the University of Michigan where he earned his Bachelors of Business Administration in Accounting and Finance.

Formed in 1980, Chicago-based Butler Rubin has established itself as a well-known litigation boutique assisting clients nationally and internationally in complex business disputes, including antitrust litigation and competition law; class actions; defense of corporate directors and officers; reinsurance; insurance coverage; managed care litigation; insolvency; creditors’ rights; and products liability and mass tort matters.