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I have been serving people in the State of Wisconsin in state and federal court for 25 years. Civil litigation, appeals, intellectual property, copyright, trademark and tradenames are the matters I like to focus on. Family law is also something I ...
Practice areas: Litigation, Appeals, Trademark Infringement
Andrea F. Hoeschen has 20 years of experience as a litigator before state and federal courts, arbitrators, and administrative agencies. Her litigation experience includes serving as lead counsel, supervising staff and other attorneys, in complex m...
Practice areas: Litigation, Real Estate, Employment & Labor
Brian was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and the surrounding suburb of Greenfield, Wisconsin. Beginning in 2000, he attended the University of Wisconsin where he earned his Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting (2004). While a...
Practice areas: Litigation, Real Estate, Banking, Probate, Bankruptcy & Debt
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