Commercial Real Estate attorney Brian C. Randall’s comments were noted in the Urban Milwaukee article, Eyes on Milwaukee: Bucks Building Street Through Bradley Center Site. Relative to his representation of FPC Live and their development work with the Bucks, Brian’s statement addressed elements of the pending $50 million proposal which would...
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Davis|Kuelthau, s.c. is pleased to announce that Shareholder Dillon Ambrose has been selected by the Milwaukee Business Journal as one of the 2022 Veterans in Business Awardees. Dillon is one of 12 other Wisconsin U.S. military veterans who have been honored for making significant achievement in their career and company. The 2022 awardees are...
Davis|Kuelthau proudly encourages the celebration of those who go above and beyond in the legal industry. Together, we extend a special congratulations to our Corporate and Real Estate colleagues, Mike Van Someren and Ryan Spott. Mike Van Someren 2022 BizTimes Rising Star in Law Mike serves as chair of the firm’s capital markets team and is a...
On April 23, 2022, at the Bay-Lakes Convention, Attorney Timothy Feldhausen received the prestigious Silver Beaver Award. Recipients of the Silver Beaver award are registered adult leaders who have made an impact on the lives of youth through service given to the council. Tim earned his Eagle Scout in 1984 and is a Life Member of the National...
Attorney Peter Bruce Named Co-Chair of Steering Committee for Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Greater Together Campaign
MILWAUKEE, WI – Davis|Kuelthau attorney Peter Bruce has been a long-time leader in the Milwaukee philanthropic community including serving as co-chair of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation (GMF) since 2012. On March 4, GMF announced the $700 million Greater Together Campaign which will give the Milwaukee community new opportunities for generational...
Joe Heino, Mike Bendel, Erin Kaprelian, and Alexis Merbach Author Chapter in 2022 Chambers Global Practice Guide on Trade Marks USA: Trends and Developments
Davis|Kuelthau IP attorneys contributed to the 6th edition of Trade Marks USA: Trends and Developments 2022, published by Chambers Global Practice Guide. This guide is published within various areas of law and jurisdictions where a selection of legal experts, chosen by Chambers, elaborates on important legal issues in relation to the current...
Davis|Kuelthau Attorney Katherine Hampel was selected to participate in the CARW NextGen program and will be part of the 2022 class. Ms. Hampel is one of 21 commercial real estate pros selected to participate in the 2022 CARW NextGen program - a 10-month program designed to deepen relationships, expand networks and provide tools that will expand...
Davis|Kuelthau Shareholder Jacqueline Messler Named a 2021 Go-To Thought Leader by the National Law Review
Davis|Kuelthau shareholder Jacqueline (Jackie) Messler has been named a 2021 Go-To Thought Leader in Estate Tax Changes relative to the practice of Tax Law by the National Law Review. This distinction recognizes authors who “not only demonstrate a depth of legal knowledge but also outline the steps needed for compliance and/or adaptation.” NLR’s...
Davis|Kuelthau is a supporter of the 4th Annual Wisconsin Veterans Business Conference. As part of that sponsorship we are excited to share that the Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce has announced the 2021 Veterans In Business Award Winners. On behalf of Davis|Kuelthau congratulations to all the 2021 winners! Veterans In Business Award...
Davis|Kuelthau’s corporate, municipal, and environmental attorney, Chris Jaekels was interviewed by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel relative to the Bayside Village Board’s recent rezoning classification to accommodate a multi-use redevelopment plan. The 26-acre development could add 650 apartments and other housing to the region. According to the...