Quarles & Brady will have a new managing partner starting Oct. 1.
The firm announced Tuesday that the firm’s managing partner, Milwaukee attorney Daniel Radler, will be retiring, and partner Michael Aldana will take his place.
Aldana, who earned his law degree from the University of Michigan Law School in 1990, is a Milwaukee attorney who represents employers in labor and employment matters. He has been with Quarles for more than 20 years.
Aldana will be the firm’s third managing partner and will lead the operations of the firm’s 11 offices.
“Mike’s commitment, expertise and ongoing success at Quarles & Brady are a few of the many reasons he is very well qualified to be our managing partner. I am thrilled to be working with him as we continue our national growth,” said Kimberly Leach Johnson, firm chair of Quarles & Brady. “We thank Dan for the years he served as managing partner and as our partner and look forward to Mike’s success in this new role.”
Radler, who earned his law degree from Marquette University Law School in 1997, has been with the firm for 21 years and practices intellectual property law.Follow @erikastrebel