drogers@zrfmlaw.com

PRACTICE AREAS:

  • Business & Transactional
  • Estate Trust & Tax
  • Financial Institutions
  • Land Use
  • Local Government
  • EDUCATION:

    Southern Methodist University (J.D., 1969; B.B.A., 1966)

    ADMISSIONS:

    Illinois, 1969

    FOLLOW:

    H. David Rogers

    H. David Rogers, a longtime resident of Crystal Lake, focuses his legal practice on the fields of:

    • municipal and local government law
    • banking operations
    • banking law and lending
    • business law
    • small business sales and acquisitions
    • estates and trusts
    • personal injury

    Over the course of his career, Rogers has served as a village attorney for Algonquin and a city attorney for Harvard.

    PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

    McHenry County Bar Association, Illinois State Bar Association

    PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

    • Author, “Legal Holidays and Special Meetings,” Local Government Law, newsletter of the Illinois State Bar Association Section on Local Government Law April 1996
    • Author, “A List without Meaning: Eligibility Lists Pursuant to Public Act 88 440,” Illinois Municipal Review, Illinois Municipal League, July 1994
    • Author, “A Case for Equal Treatment,” Illinois Municipal Review, Illinois Municipal League, December 1983

    HONORS AND AWARDS

    For several years during his career, Rogers was selected by his peers in Illinois as both a Leading Lawyer and a Super Lawyer. Martindale-Hubbell has bestowed its highest rating on him, AV® Preeminent™. While in law school, Rogers was named to the Southwestern Law Journal, a publication known today as the SMU Journal of Law.

    PRIOR EMPLOYMENT

    Rogers began his legal career as an associate at McDermott Will & Emery in Chicago.

    CIVIC AND CHARITABLE

    Greater Crystal Lake Area Chamber of Commerce and Industry (board of directors, 1990-’92), Southeastern McHenry County unit of the American Cancer Society (chair, 1986-’87, 1990-’91), Crystal Lake Ambutal (advisory board, 1985-’91), McHenry County Blood Commission (president, 1990-’91; vice president, 1986-’90)