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Author Archives: MaryBeth Matzek, Special to the Wisconsin Law Journal

Jozwiak helps clients personally and professionally

Business and family law may seem an odd combination of specialties, but it makes sense to Laurna Jozwiak. “It’s an interesting mix,” the attorney at Fox O’Neill & Shannon SC, Milwaukee, said, “but it really allows me to get to know my business clients better since I’m learning more about their lives when I’m able to handle their family law ...

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Schneider sticks to his roots

Growing up on a farm just outside of Chilton in Calumet County, Troy Schneider knew just where he wanted to return after getting his law degree.

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Deisinger thrives on advising others

Clients turn to attorneys when they have problems or questions, but what about when it’s the attorney with the problem? At many law firms, it’s the general counsel who fields questions and helps solve problems. It’s a demanding job, but one at which Francis Deisinger of Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren SC feels at ease. “Lawyering is a difficult job and ...

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Dreps champions First Amendment

While most people haven’t heard of Robert Dreps, they have benefited from his work, said April Rockstead Barker of Schott, Bublitz & Engel SC, Brookfield.

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Timing works out well for Goldstein

Timing is everything in business. Mark Goldstein had time on his side when he branched out on his own in early 2008 to open Goldstein Law Group SC, a firm focused on providing advice to small- and mid-size companies.

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