As an attorney at Husch Blackwell, Ari focuses on business and commercial litigation, with an emphasis on real estate, construction and community association litigation.
Ari has helped clients achieve success before and during the litigation process through settlements, mediations, arbitrations and trials. His litigation is primarily centered around the firm’s Condominium and HOA team, as well as its Construction team, and he has represented clients in a variety of areas in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Illinois. Ari is also licensed to practice in North Dakota and the District of Columbia.
Before joining the firm, Ari worked as a student attorney in Northwestern Law’s Bluhm Legal Clinic, addressing matters of pretrial representation and corrections policy. He interviewed clients, conducted research, participated in hearings and drafted motions for bond reduction. Ari was also a member of Northwestern Law’s Bartlit Center for Trial Advocacy team, which won the Midwest regional championship and advanced to the semifinal round of the national tournament of the ABA section of Labor and Employment Law’s Trial Advocacy Competition.
While pursuing his law degree, Ari served as a law clerk for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Wisconsin. He has also worked as an intern for the U.S. Department of the Treasury and in the office of House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer.