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Husch Blackwell Expands Its Presence in Waukesha County



May 18, 2017

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Three Husch Blackwell partners – Lydia Chartre, Philip Miller and Lynda Templen – have relocated to the firm’s Waukesha County office, expanding the number of attorneys there to 10.

A partner in the firm’s Real Estate, Development & Construction group, Lydia Chartre focuses on condominium & homeowners association (HOA) law, commercial litigation and collections, and creditors’ rights.

Philip Miller, a partner in the firm’s Financial Services & Capital Markets group, works primarily with individuals, families, professionals and business owners on legal issues pertaining to estate planning, probate and trust administration, business succession planning, marital property and tax planning. He also assists nonprofit organizations on tax and governance issues.

Lynda Templen, also a partner in the firm’s Financial Services & Capital Markets group, focuses her practice on public finance. She has been lead counsel on hundreds of bond transactions in several states totaling billions of dollars and possesses extensive experience with a variety of bond structures, including variable and fixed rate tax-exempt bonds, taxable convertible bonds and taxable notes. 

“Our Waukesha County office is an important part of Husch Blackwell’s overall footprint,” said Jack Enea, Office Managing Partner for the firm’s Milwaukee and Waukesha County offices. “Our recent growth there is indicative of our long-term commitment to clients who require boots on the ground in the greater metropolitan area.”

The firm’s Waukesha office opened in January 2016 under the auspices of Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C., which combined with Husch Blackwell in July 2016.



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