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CHICAGO - Two associates, Joseph P. Noonan III and David Winters, have been named partners at the Chicago law firm Butler Rubin Saltarelli & Boyd LLP.
Noonan joined Butler Rubin in 2002 as an associate and concentrates his practice in the areas of complex commercial and reinsurance arbitration and litigation. He has successfully worked on a broad range of significant complex reinsurance and commercial disputes.
Noonan earned his law degree, cum laude, at Northwestern University School of Law (2002), where he was note and comment editor of the Law Review. Before law school, he graduated magna cum laude from The Catholic University of America (1992) and was ABD in the Ph.D. program in philosophy at the University of Utah.
Winters joined Butler Rubin in 2005 and concentrates his practice on complex commercial and reinsurance litigation. He began his legal career at Mayer Brown LLP, where he joined the tax controversy department. Winters is currently working on a litigation matter involving allegations of decades-long fraud on workers' compensation residual markets by a leading insurer.
A 2002 graduate of Northwestern University School of Law, Winters was associate editor of the Law Review. He graduated from the University of South Florida, magna cum laude, with a bachelor's degree in 1997 and later earned his Master's degree in Russian history at that university in 1999.
Formed in 1980, Chicago-based Butler Rubin has established itself as a well-known litigation boutique assisting clients nationally and internationally in the core practice areas of reinsurance and commercial litigation, including antitrust, competition law and opt-out antitrust litigation; business reorganization, bankruptcy and insolvency; class action; and products liability and mass tort matters. For more information, visit www.butlerrubin.com.