I am dedicated to helping businesses prevent and solve problems in their... more
I am dedicated to helping businesses prevent and solve problems in their relationships with customers and suppliers. I do this by counseling businesses on regulatory compliance and representing them in litigation, specializing in counseling and representing merchants, financial institutions, and agricultural and food businesses. My clients include credit unions, communitybanks, automobile deale... view profile
Attorney James R. Danaher practices primarily in the area of civil litigation,... more
Attorney James R. Danaher practices primarily in the area of civil litigation, including representing businesses in contract and collection disputes. He handles creditor’s rights matters representing secured creditors in commercial litigation, foreclosure, bankruptcy, state court receivership, and insolvency matters. In addition, he represents parties in probate and trust disputes, real estate ... view profile
Attorney Charles H. Williams graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in... more
Attorney Charles H. Williams graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1976 with a BA in History and graduated from the University of Wisconsin Madison Law School in 1980 with a Juris Doctor Degree. Upon graduation, he worked in the private practice of law in Fennimore, Wisconsin. He worked as a Deputy Corporation Counsel for Rock County, Wisconsin. He worked as a Tax Attorney for A... view profile
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