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Author Archives: Allison Batdorff

Potter finds inspiration in family farm

Attorney Jared Potter’s experience on his family’s cranberry farm taught him that it takes more than a strong back and green thumb to keep such an operation going through five generations.

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Timing is everything for Divgi

Associate Ruhee Divgi credits great timing as the reason why she began working with some of Quarles & Brady’s biggest clients shortly after she joined the firm.

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Lyons delights in the details

Success in the law often is less about flash and sparkle than about having the stamina to sift through the kinds of details that could put some people to sleep.

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Wilkinson relishes storytelling

If Tyler Wilkinson had decided to be a John Deere salesman or auctioneer, he never would have landed nine not-guilty verdicts for a client who was facing nine felony charges.

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Dorow puts family first in courtroom and out

Standing before a judge in a criminal courtroom is a daunting prospect. So Judge Jennifer Dorow hung family artwork around her Waukesha County Circuit courtroom to ease the anxiety of those appearing before her.

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Lovejoy wears many hats for Douglas County

Douglas County is a small border county of 44,000 people. Across the bridge from the county seat in Superior is the big city of Duluth, Minn. Justice here means two judges and a judicial court commissioner.

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