• R.F Wittmeyer
  • March 10, 2016

In this month’s Northwest Suburban Bar Association Newsbriefs, Ron Wittmeyer discusses reaching out to the community – specifically to motivated law students and high school students interested in the law. He attended the 2015 Unity Dinner & All-Bar Swearing-in Ceremony and Reception. At this event, all bar presidents were sown in and met many recipients from the Diversity Schloarship Foundation and spoke on a panel for over 150 law students with associate Matt Hess. On a similar theme, Newsbriefs covered the 20th annual Northwest Suburban Bar Association Mock Trial Competition, which included over 400 high school students. Additionally, Ron Wittmeyer outlined the upcoming CLE programs and new partnership between IICLE and the Northwest Suburban Bar Association.

to speak to a member of our team today.

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Dear Friends and Clients of The Law Offices of R.F Wittmeyer, Ltd.:

 We want to assure you that during this time of international emergency due to the COVID-19 virus, our law firm is continuing to serve the needs of our clients and of our community.  Our office remains open for business, but is staffed by just a few of us. To protect the safety of our employees, most of us are working remotely.

The courts, for civil matters, are essentially closed at this point.  Most of the local court systems have issued emergency orders continuing all civil cases for 30 days.  We are using this time to continue to prepare your cases for settlement or trial.

 Do not hesitate to call us or email us with your questions or concerns, or if you would like to discuss a new case, as we remain available to address your needs.

We hope that each of you and your families stay safe and healthy during this unprecedented challenge.

Yours Sincerely,

Ronald F. Wittmeyer, Jr.

Managing Attorney