Three attorneys from von Briesen & Roper’s Milwaukee office and two from its Madison office have been promoted to shareholders. The firm announced last week the promotions of Ryan Heiden, Trace Hummel, John Pinzl, Joseph Rolling and Derek Waterstreet.
Heiden is a member of Milwaukee’s Government Law Group, focusing his practice on school law and public sector labor and employment issues. He has experience working with Open Meetings and Public Records Laws in addition to unique issues relating to public safety employees and police and fire commissions. Heiden is a Marquette Law School graduate and member of the Wisconsin School Attorneys Association, Milwaukee Bar Association, Eastern District of Wisconsin Bar Association and American Bar Association.
Hummel is a member of the Litigation and Risk Management Practice Group and the Construction Real Estate Sections. In addition to practicing from Milwaukee, he also serves the firm’s Neenah office. Hummel focuses on commercial and contract litigation, including lease disputes, boundary disputes, water litigation and construction defects. A Marquette Law School graduate, he is a member of the Wisconsin Association of Home Inspectors, Wisconsin Society of Land Surveyors, Milwaukee Bar Association, Eastern District of Wisconsin Bar Association and American Bar Association.
Pinzl is a member of Madison’s Litigation and Risk Management Practice Group. His practice focuses on insurance coverage and litigation, third party recovery, medical malpractice and product liability. Pinzl is a University of Wisconsin Law School graduate, a member of the Wisconsin Defense Counsel and is admitted to practice in the Eastern and Western District Courts of Wisconsin.
Rolling is a member of Madison’s Real Estate Section. His practice focuses on real estate issues involving eminent domain, land use litigation and property tax assessments. In addition to Dane County and American Bar Association memberships, Rolling is a member of Wisconsin Society of Land Surveyors and an affiliate of the Appraisal Institute. He is a University of Wisconsin Law School graduate and chair of the Wisconsin Chapter’s Legislation Committee for the International Right of Way Association.
Waterstreet s a member of the Litigation and Risk Management Practice Group in the Milwaukee office. His practice focuses on commercial, real estate, and construction related litigation matters, including contract and general business/partnership disputes, landlord-tenant matters, residential and commercial construction and environmental issues. Waterstreet, a Marquette Law School graduate, is a member of the Milwaukee Bar Association, Ozaukee Bar Association and Eastern District of Wisconsin Bar Association.