Jeanne M. Armstrong
Jeanne M. Armstrong
Jeanne represents clients in a wide range of matters, including shareholder disputes and business breakups, contract and tort litigation, estate disputes, construction and real estate litigation, and land use disputes.
Christopher J. Dodge
Chris has broad litigation experience in contract, business, and property disputes, as well as litigation involving the banking, dealership, and construction industries.
Mark H.T. Fuhrman
Mark has maintained a transactional practice in Wisconsin since 1994. The majority of his practice concentrates in estate planning, probate, and business law.
Dale R. Gregory
Dale Gregory has practiced law in Madison since 1986. During that time, he has focused his practice in the areas of residential and commercial real estate.
John A. Kassner
John A. Kassner has a statewide practice focused on protecting the constitutional and legal rights of property owners dealing with government in complex litigation and appellate work.
Joe T. Malone
Joe’s practice centers on civil litigation, and he has experience in construction litigation, collections, land use, probate disputes, and other areas.
Jennifer M. Schank
Jennifer focuses her practice on financial matters, including all types of bankruptcy, debtor/creditor rights, litigation, real estate, and landlord/tenant matters.
Kelly J. Stohr
Kelly maintains a varied practice with an emphasis on estate planning, estate and trust administration, residential and commercial real estate and business law.
Ronald M. Trachtenberg
Ronald M. Trachtenberg concentrates his practice in real property and land use law utilizing his over 40 years of experience in land use, real estate, municipal, condominium, real estate development, commercial and business law.
Edward E. Leineweber
Ed has a broad range of law-related experience spanning more than forty-five years gained both in the courtroom and in the law office. As a litigator and later as a Circuit Court Judge, he’s been involved in nearly every type of case that comes before Wisconsin courts. Now semi-retired, Ed focuses primarily on business, real estate, estate planning, mediation and aviation law. While no longer taking cases solo in some types of legal matters, he often continues to participate as a member of a client’s legal team.