Richard A. Saldinger
Richard joined the Litigation Practice Group at Latimer LeVay Fyock in February 2017 as a Partner. Richard concentrates his practice in the areas of commercial litigation, employment-related litigation, contested probate litigation, bankruptcy-related litigation and family law matters. With more than twenty years of experience, Richard prides himself on his ability to adjust his litigation strategy to meet his clients’ needs and goals. Richard has aggressively and successfully litigated numerous disputes through trial. While at other times, Richard has found unique methods to resolve controversies quickly and efficiently for his clients.
Summary of Professional Experience AND REPRESENTATIVE CLIENTS:
- All aspects of commercial litigation including, but not limited to, contract, negligence and fraud claims, breach of fiduciary duty claims, defamation and replevin actions, lender liability claims, and construction and real estate disputes.
- Representing both employers and employees in employment-related litigation such as alleged trade secret misappropriation, alleged violation of non-compete and restrictive covenant agreements, WARN Act matters, and wrongful termination claims.
- Probate litigation including contested supplementary proceedings, will contests and estate inventory disputes.
- Bankruptcy-related litigation including prosecuting and defending against fraudulent transfer and preference actions.
- Representing individuals in marital dissolution proceedings involving joint parenting and custodial matters, child support and maintenance disputes, business valuations and the overall division of marital assets.
Bar and Court Admissions
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
U.S. District Court for the Central District of Illinois
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
University of Illinois, J.D., cum laude, 1992
University of Illinois-College of Business, B.A., magna cum laude, 1988
The Litigation Counsel of America
Chicago Bar Association
American Bar Association