Visit my blog about Wisconsin business litigation at www.noahfiedler.com.
I practice with Hinshaw & Culbertson, LLP, a 475-lawyer firm headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. Hinshaw's 23 offices in 15 states from Florida to Oregon offer comprehensive legal services, including intellectual property, business transactions, transportation, environmental, employment, fidelity and surety, white-collar crime, and products liability.
For three years, I served as the Chief Executive Officer of the Apartment Association of South Central Wisconsin, the second-largest such association in the state of Wisconsin. During my tenure, the Association grew to include three additional counties. Under my leadership, the Association successfully defeated multiple municipal, county, and state legislative efforts that would have harmed its members’ businesses. For instance, one proposed ordinance would have mandated participation by all rental property owners in the federal government’s Section 8 housing subsidy program.
I have extensive experience as an appointed and elected official in the State of Wisconsin. For example, Governor Tommy Thompson in 2000 appointed me to the Lead Paint Technical Advisory Committee, which was instrumental in crafting a lead paint law for Wisconsin. In 2006, I was appointed to the City of Muskego's Board of Review, where he served as vice-chairman. In 2007, I was elected to City Council of Muskego, Wisconsin, and was three times elected to serve as the Council's representative on the Plan Commission, and appointed to chair the Public Works Committee in 2008. In April, 2009, I was re-elected to my second two-year term on the City Council of Muskego, Wisconsin, and was also elected President of the Council.
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I worked with Noah for several years, and tried a civil battery case with him in which we won a defense verdict in the face of an underlying guilty plea to the criminal charges. Based on my experience with him, he is effective in trial, motion practice, discovery, and all other facets of litigation. Noah's background in elected government provides a unique skill set for client service.
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Rising Star - Business Litigation||SuperLawyers||2010|
|President||City Council, City of Muskego, Wisconsin||2009|
|Chair||City of Muskego, Wisconsin, Public Works Committee||2008|
|Plan Commission Member||City Council, City of Muskego, Wisconsin||2007|
|Vice Chair||City of Muskego, Wisconsin, Board of Review||2006|
|City Council||City of Muskego, Wisconsin||2007 - Present|
|Partner||Hinshaw & Culbertson||2005 - Present|
|Attorney||Godfrey, Leibsle, Blackbourn & Howarth, SC||2002 - 2005|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Defense Research Institute||Commercial Litigation Committee||2008 - Present|
|Defense Research Institute||Professional Negligence Committee||2008 - Present|
|Lead Paint Technical Advisory Committee||Member||2000 - 2001|
|State Bar of Wisconsin||Litigation Section||1995 - Present|
|Thermal Engineering International (USA) Inc. v. Dadson Corp.||Prevailed on summary judgment|
|Employment Claims against School District||Prevailed at investigation, hearing stages|
|Lunda Construction Co. v. City of Oshkosh||Prevailed on summary judgment|
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|Commercial Litigation Issues in the Badger State||Wisconsin Business Litigation||2009|
|Martindale-Hubbell publication||Wisconsin Supreme Court Determines Coverage Is Available For Suit Alleging Violations of Covenant Deed Restrictions||2008|
|Martindale-Hubbell publication||Wisconsin Supreme Court Holds Construction Defects Were Not Occurrences||2008|
|University of Wisconsin Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1995|
|Ambassador University||Business Administration||BS - Bachelor of Science||1992|
|Ambassador University||Theology||AA - Associate's of Arts||1990|
|Annual Conference of WisACCA||Managing Contract Litigation: Three Recurring Traps to Avoid||2010|
|Wisconsin InterNACHI Monthly Meeting||Does Your Inspection Agreement Meaure Up?||2009|
|Commercial Leasing||Tenant Defenses and Significant Commercial Lease Issues||2007|
|Condominium Law for Real Estate Agents||The New Condominium Statute||2005|
|American Association of Small Property Owners National Convention||Business Entity Choice and Liability Protection||2002|
|American Association of Small Property Owners National Convention||Lead Paint, Mold, and Other Regulatory Nightmares||2002|
|Apartment Association of South Central Wisconsin Annual Meeting||Understanding Income Guidelines Regulation||2001|
|Apartment Association of South Central Wisconsin Annual Meeting||Lead Paint Regulation in Wisconsin||2001|
|Safe Place Statute for Renters and Housing Providers||Safe Place Statute for Renters and Housing Providers||1997|