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2010 Up and Coming Lawyers

2010 Up & Coming Lawyers

Andrew P. Beilfuss Quarles & Brady LLP Full Story >> . . . Danielle Bergner Milwaukee City Attorney’s Office Full Story >> . . . Amelia Bizzaro Bizzaro Law LLC Full Story >> . . . Lydia J. Chartre Whyte ...

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Danielle Bergner

Danielle Bergner, who represents the Redevelopment Authority as an assistant city attorney, describes herself as “a municipal attorney with a more specialized background in real estate.” Not surprising given that she has been a licensed real estate professional since she was 21.

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Steven C. McGaver

Steven C. McGaver didn’t want to follow his father in the law enforcement profession, or take his grandfather’s advice to attend the United States Naval Academy.

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Christine M. Rice

When she goes to CLE programs, an appellate decision Christine M. Rice often hears discussed is a case she helped take to the Wisconsin Court of Appeals. The court in Rosario v. Acuity found that the statute of repose barred a claim against a building owner for an injury due to a step that was built 40 years earlier in an unsafe manner.

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Katherine D. Spitz

Foley & Lardner may call its litigation department the “Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution” practice. But although Kate Spitz only joined the firm in 2007, she would likely have fit in well in the days before “alternative dispute resolution” entered the lexicon.

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Sarah C. Whiting

As a social worker with children facing delinquency or child in need of protection orders, Sarah C. Whiting says she did not feel she had the legal knowledge to advocate the way that she wanted for them.

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Lindsey R. King

Lindsey R. King’s four favorite words in the English language might just be “No probable cause found.” King frequently represents employers facing discrimination charges before the Equal Rights Division. Happily, she’s read those words often in the two years she’s ...

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Jodi Shields Yin

Occasionally Jodi Shields Yin just offers comforting words as she and her client walk to the courthouse, where they’ll be seeking an order to keep the client and/or children safe. Yin, who concentrates in family law, says her background helps ...

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