Randy Heinig


Head of Business & Corporate Practice

Randy Heinig combines legal, consulting, compliance, and corporate in-house experience with a solutions-oriented approach to his practice at Ziliak Law. His years of corporate and consulting work reinforced the idea that effective lawyers need to be good listeners that look for the best way to solve problems. He enjoys helping clients build a solid legal base that assists business clients achieve their goals. Randy knows that a client achieving its goals is a deeply satisfying experience.

Following law school, Randy worked for several prominent Chicago law firms developing an expertise in corporate and securities matters. He then left to be the first general counsel at a prominent investment adviser, before joining a financial services consulting firm as General Counsel Managing Director. Much of his practice now focuses on providing bespoke advice to small and medium-sized asset managers. Randy enjoys bringing his experience and knowledge to assist clients navigate the complex legal and regulatory world so that they can focus on expanding their business.

Randy serves as an advisor to New Moms, Inc., a housing and supportive services provider to homeless and at-risk young moms on Chicago’s west side and as a member of the Advisory Board for Wheaton College’s Center for Urban Engagement. 

Randy received degrees in History and Philosophy at Wheaton College (IL), was awarded an MA in American History at the University of Notre Dame, and earned his JD from the Yale Law School, where he was a John M. Olin Fellow in Law and Economics and a Senior Editor for the Yale Journal on Regulation.

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  • Contact

    312-590-1084
    rheinig@ziliak.com

  • Education

    Yale Law School, JD

    University of Notre Dame, MA

    Wheaton College, BA

  • Practice Areas

    Blockchain

    Business & Corporate

    Financial Industry

  • Admissions

    Illinois