Reno & Zahm LLP
2902 McFarland Road Suite 400
Rockford, IL. 61107
Attorney Jared Arthur Clay has joined Reno & Zahm LLP as an associate attorney.
With four years of experience as an attorney, Mr. Clay is licensed to practice in Illinois and Virginia, and the United States District Courts for the Northern District of Illinois and the Eastern District of Virginia. Mr. Clay has a general practice that includes civil litigation, business law, and complex personal injury cases. He has participated in ten jury trials and numerous bench trials.
Mr. Clay earned his Juris Doctor from Regent University School of Law, where he was also the Executive Editor of the Regent Journal of Law & Public Policy and a competitor on the Regent Trial Advocacy Board. He graduated with honors from Evangel University, where he played college basketball.
Mr. Clay began his legal career at a civil litigation firm in Norfolk, Virginia, handling commercial, employment, and personal injury matters, and has argued multiple times before the Supreme Court of Virginia. He, his wife Stephanie, and their children are happy to be back home in Illinois near their extended family.
Since 1923, Reno & Zahm LLP has dedicated itself to serving the interests of its clients at the highest standards of professional integrity and competence. The firm represents a diverse client base, including private businesses, organizations, individuals, and public entities. It offers experienced counsel in areas such as business, healthcare, real estate transactions, construction, employee relations, taxation, banking services, estate planning, mergers and acquisitions, bankruptcy proceedings, debtor/creditor issues, and family law. Reno & Zahm’s highly regarded litigators achieve outstanding trial, arbitration, and mediation results for its clients in disputes arising from personal injury, complex business transactions, and employment matters. Reno & Zahm’s business law attorneys have distinguished themselves by involvement in numerous multi-million-dollar mergers and acquisitions, and separation transactions.