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2011 Up and Coming Lawyers

Aug 30, 2011

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Our future depends on our future leaders.

Aug 30, 2011

Zoeller stands up for worker rights

In cases big and small, David Zoeller works hard to ensure employee rights.

Aug 30, 2011

Hruz tackles attorney sanctions, property easements

Tom Hruz doesn’t just practice appellate law; he also is working to change the rules that apply when the Wisconsin Court of Appeals sanctions attorneys.

Aug 30, 2011

Pagels thrives on tricky product liability cases

Sarah Thomas Pagels realized long ago that she couldn’t really be Wonder Woman when she grew up.

Aug 30, 2011

Beachy takes on constitutional law in private practice

Sara Beachy’s practice offers an “unusual” mix, she said, as she is in private practice but gets to work on significant constitutional law.

Aug 30, 2011

Laubmeier works his way up from courier at Madison firm

As an undergraduate studying finance at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, John Laubmeier knew he was more interested in dealing with companies’ legal problems than he was in solving the routine questions of daily operations.

Aug 30, 2011

Anthony leads businesses through high and low periods

When Chad Anthony was hired to work in mergers and acquisitions seven years ago, it was a boom time for the business, resulting in a “trial by fire” as he learned quickly on the job.

Aug 30, 2011

Skwierawski joins family in legal profession

After 10 years as a software developer, Andrew Skwierawski decided it was time for a change.

Aug 30, 2011

Babe carries on family tradition in Pewaukee

When Katie Babe opened her own practice, Lakeland Law Firm LLC, in 2008, she knew she wanted to be in Pewaukee, where her family has a lot of history.

Aug 30, 2011

Knobloch willing to go to trial for his clients

For the past several years, Eric Knobloch has gotten to do something he truly enjoys: “helping injured people put their lives back together.”

Aug 30, 2011

Rosek finds time to teach and coach outside of work

As a boy, Matthew Rosek wanted to be a pilot because he craved the excitement of flying.

Aug 30, 2011

Isaacson stays on the defensive for his clients

When a juror cried during the plaintiff’s mother’s testimony in Timmerman v. Allstate Insurance, attorney Chet Isaacson thought his case was over.


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