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Who’s Doing What: New hires, awards and a Milwaukee firm relocates

ON THE MOVE:

Peterson, Johnson & Murray SC moved to the 788 Building at 788 N. Jefferson, Milwaukee. The Milwaukee-based firm has more than 60 employees in its downtown office. It also has offices in Madison, Manitowoc, Kenosha and Chicago.

YOU’RE HIRED:

Kelly Dodd joined Stafford Rosenbaum LLP as a partner. Dodd practices family law in the firm’s Milwaukee office. She earned her law degree from Marquette University Law School in 2000.

Jessica Lewis joined Quarles & Brady LLP’s Madison office as an associate in the intellectual property practice group. Lewis’ experience includes drafting and prosecuting U.S., PCT, and foreign patent applications in a variety of technologies, including medical devices, plant biotechnology, microbiology, immunology, stem cells, transgenic organisms, genetics and disease diagnostics, food formulations, nutraceuticals, and pharmaceuticals. She earned her law degree from the University of Chicago Law School.

Mark Malloy joined Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols SC, Milwaukee, as a shareholder. Malloy concentrates on commercial litigation, primarily in the areas of insurance coverage, professional liability and toxic tort. He earned his law degree from William Mitchell College in 1998.

Tonya Vachirasomboon joined Quarles & Brady LLP’s Milwaukee office as an associate in the corporate services group. Her practice focuses on advising businesses in merger and acquisition transactions, private equity and venture capital transactions, and general business matters. She earned her law degree from Indiana University.

AWARDS & HONORS:

Michael Hupy of Hupy and Abraham SC, Milwaukee, was recognized with an honorary service award at the Center for Teaching Entrepreneurship Harvest of Hope Dinner on Dec. 6 at Marquette University. Hupy was honored for his 17 years of service on the CTE board of directors, his leadership in recent years as CTE board president, and for his stewardship and involvement in the community.

Benjamin Wagner of Habush Habush & Rottier SC was elected treasurer of the Wisconsin Association for Justice. Wagner practices in the firm’s Milwaukee office. He earned his law degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 2003.


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