Robert F. Muth
Robert F. Muth is a member of the Litigation and Trial Practice Group of Godes & Preis, LLP.
A veteran trial lawyer, prior to joining Godes & Preis, Mr. Muth served as a Judge Advocate in the United States Marine Corps, handling a wide range of high profile cases, including a war crimes case arising out of a well publicized incident in Haditha, Iraq.
In recognition of his
service, Mr. Muth
was honored as the United States Marine Corps
Western Region Defense Counsel of the Year for 2008-09.
From January of 2008 through February of 2009, Mr. Muth
was deployed to Fallujah, Iraq in support of the Global War on Terror.
While on active duty, he
also provided general legal assistance for service members and their families in a wide variety of matters including: trusts and estates planning, tax, family law, immigration law and consumer law.
Mr. Muth is committed to his involvement in community development through his work with The Teddy Fund.
The Teddy Fund
is a non-profit organization he
founded with his
wife that works to make targeted financial contributions to organizations that support efforts to improve the health and well being of babies, kids, and teens in need.
A 2002 graduate of Northwestern University, Mr. Muth earned his B. A. degree with a double major in political science and history.
While at Northwestern Mr. Muth was a recipient of an Evans Scholarship and was honored as a Bartholomay Scholar.
He received his J.D. from Duke University School of Law in 2005.
is admitted to practice in both the California and Illinois bars.