Joe focuses his practice on commercial and constitutional litigation and appeals. He regularly advises businesses and nonprofits of all sizes in disputes involving constitutional and statutory issues, contracts, real property, land use, and intellectual property. As an appellate lawyer, Joe has advocated for his clients’ interests through all stages of litigation, including at the U.S. Supreme Court and the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Joe is also a member of firm’s Internet of Things team, and he regularly represents American Indian tribes and tribal members in state and federal courts. Some of Joe’s representative experience includes:
Before joining Husch Blackwell, Joe worked as a paralegal and law clerk in another respected Madison law firm. He also previously worked at a local tech startup and as a freelance writer.
Joe graduated summa cum laude from the University of Wisconsin Law School. While in law school, he served as an articles editor of the Wisconsin Law Review, was named to the Dean’s List, and received the Ray and Ethel Brown Award in Legal Writing, the Best Brief Award, the Dean’s Academic Achievement Award, the Duane Mowry Scholarship, and Best Performance Awards in the following courses: Business Organizations, Intellectual Property, Land Use, and Trusts & Estates.