Visit my blog aboutWisconsin business litigation at www.noahfiedler.com . I practice... more
Visit my blog aboutWisconsin 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-coll... view profile
Mr. Frenn focuses his practice on small business law, real estate, non-profit... more
Mr. Frenn focuses his practice on small business law, real estate, non-profit organizations, wills, trusts estates, and business litigation. He also has extensive experience in residential and commercial real estate transactions, including buying, selling, tax-free exchanges, buying/selling businesses and eminent domain cases.
Shauna Manion practices in the areas of business and commercial litigation, real... more
Shauna Manion practices in the areas of business and commercial litigation, real estate litigation, and criminal defense. Prior to joining Nistler Law Office, s.c., Ms. Manion clerked for the IRS Office of Chief Counsel in Washington, D.C., working with small businesses, pass-throughs and special industries, before returning to her hometown of Milwaukee to begin private practice. Ms. Manion has... view profile
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