Mr. Radke joined the Chicago office of Vedder Price in 1998. He is a Shareholder and a member of the firm’s Litigation practice area. Mr. Radke is Chair of the firm’s Records Management, eDiscovery and Data Privacy practice group.
Mr. Radke regularly counsels private- and public-sector clients, including a Fortune 5 company, on all aspects of records and information management, including developing and implementing enterprise wide records retention schedules and the defensible disposal of obsolete legacy data. He has written and spoken extensively on a variety of topics relating to information governance and eDiscovery. His articles and comments have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, the Review of Banking & Financial Services and the Privacy & Data Security Law Journal.
Mr. Radke also represents all industry sectors in connection with various privacy and data security issues. He has assisted clients in responding to data security incidents and conducted data privacy audits to identify potential privacy and data security issues.
Mr. Radke has substantial experience in a wide variety of litigation matters. His practice specializes in complex commercial litigation, including contract disputes, business torts, data privacy, intellectual property and escheat of unclaimed property matters. Further, Mr. Radke has represented insurers in complex insurance coverage and bad-faith litigation.
His representative clients include Citizens Banking Corporation, Home Depot U.S.A., Inc., First Southwest Company, Kaplan Higher Education, Lincoln Financial Group, McKesson Corporation, Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Microsoft Corporation, Nestlé USA, Pactiv Corporation, Royal Numico N.V., Swiss Re, Union Bank of California, Walgreens and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals.
Mr. Radke has been selected by his peers from 2013 to 2014 as a Leading Lawyer in Commercial Litigation, Computer & Technology and Data Privacy.