Three new lawyers are joining von Briesen’s Wisconsin offices. The firm announced on Thursday that it has hired Joshua Cronin, John Rubin and Brian Seidl.
Cronin is a shareholder in the firm’s practice areas devoted to litigation and risk management and divorce and family law in its Milwaukee and Waukesha offices. His family-law practice is centered on divorce meditation, and he brings experience as a Waukesha County family court commissioner to his clients. His litigation and risk-management practice centers on property, casualty, bad-faith and insurance matters on behalf of businesses and insurance companies. Cronin is a graduate of Marquette University Law School.
Rubin is a member of the Labor and Employment Section in von Briesen’s Waukesha office. He served as a field and trial attorney for the National Labor Relations Board for nearly a decade, regularly investigating and litigating cases involving labor practices and representation. Rubin earned his juris doctor from UW Law School.
Seidl is a member of the Government Law Group and Employment Section in the firm’s Madison office. Seidl was an intern for Justice Brian Hagedorn before joining von Briesen. He’s a UW Law School graduate who also served as an infantry officer in the U.S. Marine Corps for nearly 11 years.
von Briesen employs 190 professionals at 10 offices, mainly in Wisconsin.