Boardman & Clark LLP
(Boardman, Suhr, Curry & Field LLP and Lathrop & Clark LLP)
Madison, Wisconsin OfficeView all offices
One South Pinckney Street, Fourth Floor, P.O. Box 927
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About this office:
Boardman & Clark LLP is one of the largest law firms based out of Madison. Our clients include individuals, businesses, school districts, and local governments. While we have strong Madison roots, our practice extends through the state of Wisconsin and the wider Midwest region.
We understand that clients wish to minimize their involvement with the legal system. Because of this, we work in partnership with our clients to avoid legal obstacles, and to handle legal problems in an efficient, professional manner when they do occur.
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Statement of Practice Summary:
Administrative, Advertising, Antitrust, Appellate, Automobile, Banking, Business Torts, Cable Television, Civil Litigation, Civil Rights, Contracts, Corporations, Copyright, Dealership, Employee Benefits, Employment, Environmental, Estate Planning, Family, Federal, Health, Indian, Insurance, Intellectual Property, International, Labor, Legislative, Legal, Medical and Dental Malpractice, Municipal, Negligence, Patent, Probate, Products Liability, Public Finance, Real Estate, Securities, Taxation, Trademarks, Trade Regulation, Transportation, Trials, Trust, Utilities, Workers Compensation, Zoning, Planning and Land Use.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Seventh Circuit Upholds Act 10 In Its Entirety
JoAnn M. Hart,Michael J. Julka,Nicole J. Thibodeau,Richard F. Verstegen,Steve Zach, March 20, 2013
On Friday, January 18, 2013, a three-judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit upheld 2011 Wisconsin Act 10 in its entirety in the appeal of WEAC v. Walker. This case was originally decided by Judge William Conley of the United States District Court for the Western...
U.S. Patent Law Transition From “First to Invent” to “First to File” - What a Patent Applicant Should Consider Before March 16, 2013
Joe Byrne,Jason M. Hunt,Chris Hussin,Theodore J. Long,Eli Swanson, February 18, 2013
Beginning March 16, 2013, U.S. patent law will transition from a “first to invent” patent system to a “first to file” patent system. The current “first to invent” system is intended to award patents to the first person to invent a claimed invention, even if that...
Year Established: 1881
Amcore Bank, N.A.; American Family Mutual Insurance Company; Antigo Broadband Utility; Associated Banks; Badger Power Marketing Authority; BancInsure, Inc.; Bankers Bank; Capital Newspapers; Central Brown County Water Authority; Cities of Batavia and Geneva, Illinois; Cities of Boscobel, Brookfield, LaCrosse, Lake Mills; Manitowoc, Marshfield, Reedsburg, Rice Lake, Richland Center; Verona and Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin; CNA Insurance; Edgewater Hotel; Farmland Mutual Insurance Company; First National Bank & Trust Company of Baraboo; Flad Development & Investment Corp.; Freedom from Religion Foundation; Great Lakes Utilities; Liberty Mutual Insurance Co.; Madison Cultural Arts District; Manitowoc Public Utilities; Marshfield Electric & Water; Medical Protective Insurance Co.; Midwest Equipment Dealers Assn., Inc.; Midwest Natural Gas, Inc.; Minhas Craft Brewery; Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance Co.; Municipal Electric Utilities of Wisconsin; Municipal Environmental Group; National Automobile Dealers Association; Nationwide Agribusiness Insurance Co.,; Nord Gear Corp.; North Shore Cable Commission; Northern Illinois Municipal Power Agency; Northern Illinois Technology Triangle; PDQ Food Stores, Inc.; Park Printing House, Ltd.; Physicians Plus Insurance Corp.; Reedsburg Utilities Commission; Rockford Mutual Insurance Company; Russ Darrow Automotive Group; State Farm Insurance Co.; State Farm Fire & Casualty Co., Town of Fairfield, Wisconsin; Trachte Building Systems; Trac-Rite, Inc.; UW Hospital; Villages of Muscoda; North Freedom, Plain and West Baraboo, Wisconsin; Vita Plus Corp.; Wausau Insurance Cos.; Wisconsin Automobile and Truck Dealers Assn.; Wisconsin Bankers Assn.; Wisconsin Independent Business, Inc.; Wisconsin Lawyers Mutual Insurance; Wisconsin Municipal Mutual Insurance; Wisconsin Public Power, Inc.; Wisconsin Reinsurance; Woodman's Food Markets, Inc.; Women's International Pharmacy.
Law Firm Affiliations: MERITAS