Kelly Noyes is a Shareholder in the Litigation and Risk Management Practice Group. Kelly represents businesses, banks, hospitals and health care systems in a variety of litigation matters including contract disputes, business torts, non-compete agreements, insurance coverage, ERISA, environmental disputes, collections, appellate work, and toxic torts. Kelly represents clients in both state and federal court, and has litigated appeals before the Wisconsin Court of Appeals and Supreme Court, as well as the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals. Since 2012, Kelly has been recognized as a Wisconsin Rising Star in the area of Business Litigation.
Kelly’s experience includes:
During law school, Kelly was a Note and Comment Editor for the Wisconsin Law Review. Her Comment, “Get Cash Until Payday! The Payday-Loan Problem in Wisconsin,” was published in the 2006 Volume of the Wisconsin Law Review. She also participated in internships with the Wisconsin Department of Justice Civil Litigation Unit, the Consumer Law Litigation Clinic, and Judge John Coffey of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
Kelly is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin, the Milwaukee Bar Association and the Association for Women Lawyers. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Economic Justice Institute (EJI) of the University of Wisconsin Law School’s civil, anti-poverty clinical programs which include the Consumer Law Clinic, the Family Court Assistance Project, the Neighborhood Law Project and Foreclosure Mediation Clinic. Kelly also chairs the Association for Women Lawyers Moms in the Bar discussion group, and is involved in mentoring law students and young lawyers.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Up and Coming Lawyer||Wisconsin Law Journal||2014|
|Rising Star||Super Lawyers||2013|
|Rising Star||Super Lawyers||2012|
|Shareholder||Von Briesen & Roper, S.C.||2007 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Economic Justice Institute, University of Wisconsin Law School||Board Member||2010 - Present|
|Association for Women Lawyers||Chair, Moms-In-The-Bar||2007 - Present|
|Wisconsin Law Review||Get Cash Until Payday! The Payday Loan Problem In Wisconsin||2006|
|U Of Wisconsin||law||2007|
|Larson v. United Healthcare Ins. Co.||Dismissal affirmed by 7th circuit|
|Alsteen v. Wauleco, Inc.||Dismissed.|
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