A graduate of the University Of Illinois School Of Law and the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, Randall (Randy) Wolter has practiced law in Illinois since 1974. As counsel for Trans Union Corporation, he handled complex leasing agreements, developed contracts still being used by retailers and reporting agencies in the credit industry, and represented the company in civil litigation. As counsel for Continental Bank he handled over two hundred state and federal court cases required to be filed in Cook County pursuant to national banking laws.
In 1979 Randall was asked to serve as an economic advisor for Governor James Thompson and the Illinois General Assembly. Relocating to Springfield, Illinois, he served as Director of the Commission for Economic Development for two years. Recommendations he made related to interstate banking, workers' compensation, the development of overseas business offices marketing Illinois products, tourism, the development of a Chicago container port, and job training, were passed into law during or shortly after this period.
Since 1981 Randall Wolter has obtained over forty million dollars for his clients. He has been an author and lecturer for the Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education and has taught economics and business law at the collegiate level. In addition to his many civic activities, Mr. Wolter has developed country club/residential developments in Springfield, Illinois and Orlando, Florida.