M. Andrew Skwierawski

Senior Attorney

Location: Milwaukee

T: 414.225.1485

F: 414.278.3685

askwierawski@dkattorneys.com


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Assistant: Susan Frey

T: 414.225.7583


Recognitions

  • Wisconsin Super Lawyers, Rising Star (2012-2017)
  • Up and Coming Lawyer, Wisconsin Law Journal (2011)
  • ABA-BNA Award, University of Wisconsin Law School, Study of Health Law Excellence (2007)

Education

  • J.D., order of the coif, cum laude, University of Wisconsin Law School (2007)
  • B.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison, Mathematics and Computer Sciences (1997)

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Education

  • J.D., order of the coif, cum laude, University of Wisconsin Law School (2007)
  • B.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison, Mathematics and Computer Sciences (1997)
  • Industry


    Recognitions

    • Wisconsin Super Lawyers, Rising Star (2012-2017)
    • Up and Coming Lawyer, Wisconsin Law Journal (2011)
    • ABA-BNA Award, University of Wisconsin Law School, Study of Health Law Excellence (2007)

M. Andrew Skwierawski

Senior Attorney

Biography

With 12 years of legal experience, Andy combines his background as a veteran software developer and small business owner to his technical and scientific-focused law practice that includes environmental litigation, e-discovery, complex commercial disputes and municipal compliance.

Andy enjoys working with clients to understand their goals and find creative ways to achieve them.

His technology law practice both crafting and responding to e-discovery requests and reviewing software licensing and service agreements. Andy’s environmental litigation work has included representing manufacturers, property owners, farmers and environmental organizations.

Andy spent 10 years working as a software developer and independent consultant at various Milwaukee corporations. He has developed expertise in software, hardware and firmware for the access control and security industries, in addition to having written numerous business applications. He is fluent in C, C++, SQL, SQL Server, .NET, C#, VB.net and a whole host of other three letter acronyms.