Roger D. Wintle is a founding shareholder of the Heritage Law Group, A P.C. and has over thirty-
five (35) years of experience. Mr. Wintle received his undergraduate education from San Jose
State University and advanced degrees from the University of North Dakota and the University of
Bridgeport. He received his law degree from the University of San Diego School of Law in 1982.
Mr. Wintle began his legal career in Dallas, Texas in 1982, where he was an associate and later a
partner with Shank, Irwin & Conant. His practice at the time included high value asset and real
estate transactions. Mr. Wintle subsequently joined the Dallas, Texas office of Finley, Kumble,
Wagner, Heine, Underberg, Manley, Myerson & Casey, a national law firm with headquarters in
New York City where he continued his real estate practice.
Mr. Wintle moved to California in 1989 where he joined the San Jose law firm of Ferrari, Alvarez,
Olsen & Ottoboni, first as an associate and later as a partner. Mr. Wintle, continued his real estate
In 1995, Mr. Wintle and Terence Kane formed the law firm of Wintle & Kane, LLP and that firm
subsequently merged with the Heritage Law Group, a P.C. in 2003. As a partner in the Heritage
Law Group, Mr. Wintle expanded his practice to include business formation, general counsel ser-
vices, intellectual property litigation, and general litigation.
Mr. Wintle has practiced in numerous areas of the law including, real estate, intellectual property,
business formation and general counsel services, construction, environmental laws, commercial
and residential leases drafting and review, and litigation with regard to most of these areas. He is
an expert negotiator who uses his cordial nature and easy-going attitude to work closely with op-
posing counsel to find resolution to his client’s legal problems. He is a successful trial attorney but
nevertheless works hard to settle his cases before trial. As a former teacher, Mr. Wintle educates
his clients so that they can be realistic with their expectations and have a clear understanding of
the litigation process and its costs, both financial and emotional. Mr. Wintle is well respected and
admired among clients and opposing counsels.
Mr. Wintle’s expertise and good nature has led him to be sought after by clients and other attorneys as a mediator to resolve cases prior to trial.
Mr. Wintle understands the financial and emotional toll litigation can have on clients and therefore
works hard to settle as many of his cases as he can to the satisfaction of his clients.
Mr. Wintle has previously served as President of the Board of Directors of the San Jose State University Alumni Association and the Greater San Jose Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, was a con-
tributing author to Broker-Agent Magazine, part-time instructor at West Valley College Paralegal
Program, and speaks regularly to real estate brokerage firms on topics relating to annual legal up-
dates, risk assessment and risk management, broker compliance, and real estate transactions in
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