Peter assists clients with estate and business planning, trust and probate... more
Peter assists clients with estate and business planning, trust and probate administration, taxation and elder law issues including Medicaid and Medicare. Peter has also litigated tax and non-tax issues for clients in Federal and State courts. Peter has a Master of Laws degree in Taxation, and he is licensed to practice law in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Florida. Peter Assists Clients With • Esta... view profile
Patrick represents his clients in the prosecution and defense of many types of civil... more
Patrick represents his clients in the prosecution and defense of many types of civil litigation matters, primarily in the areas of commercial and business litigation, torts, and complex defense litigation. He also has significant experience advising clients in the area of insurance coverage and the defense of professional claims. His extensive experience in commercial litigation has permitted h... view profile
Randy uses his extensive litigation experience to represent clients in the... more
Randy uses his extensive litigation experience to represent clients in the prosecution and defense of complex commercial litigation matters. He has served as lead counsel prosecuting or defending multi-million dollar claims relating to anti-trust, bad faith, insurance coverage, real estate, contract, fraud, and personal injury allegations. Randy Assists Clients With • Commercial Litigation• A... view profile
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