Who We Are
We’re experienced attorneys. But what makes us different than the thousands of other experienced attorneys out there? Two things.
One, we are a honest-to-goodness team (and it’s not just a word we throw around for marketing purposes). We’re not competing with one another for billing credit or client favor. Instead, we work as a team, bouncing ideas off of one another and sharing case responsibility in an effort to give our clients the best service and representation possible. We’ve worked together on cases both large and small for more than ten years, and like peanut butter and jelly, we’re better together.
Two, we are an adhocracy, a business that is organized to be adaptive, creative, flexible, and open to new ideas. We’re small by choice because we find that this allows us to be agile, respond quickly, and represent our clients in the way that is best suited to each particular client and each particular matter.
Our clients love working with us. We think you will too.
WHAT WE DO
Real Estate Disputes
From acquisitions to zoning, we help property owners with the legal issues that arise at all stages of ownership.
When your insurance company denies, delays, or underpays your claim, we’ve got you covered.
Construction projects don’t always go as planned. We guide contractors and owners through the hazards to resolution.
We work with businesses both to manage risk and to resolve disputes when they occur.
Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review for Anthony Murdock:
Legal Knowledge 5.0/5.0 Analytical Capability 5.0/5.0 Judgment 5.0/5.0 Communication 5.0/5.0 Legal Experience 5.0/5.0
Andrea Murdock was a delight to work with.
Your knowledge of the construction process and the issues peculiar to the construction industry was most helpful and I highly recommend your firm to any construction company needing specialized legal help.
ARTICLES & NEWS
Attorney Andrea Murdock and Attorney Anthony Murdock have been named as 2016 Wisconsin Rising Stars, a list of the top up-and-coming attorneys in the state….
Anthony Murdock recently won a jury trial where he represented a construction company. The company had started the lawsuit with…