Steve Richman is a retired partner with Quarles & Brady LLP. He joined the firm in 1972 and practiced in the areas of industrial revenue bonds, bond financings for 501(c)(3) organizations and general corporate. He appeared before a wide variety of municipal boards and other governmental bodies and assisted both for-profit businesses and not-for-profit enterprises in structuring tax-exempt financings. Mr. Richman drew on a broad background as an attorney and community leader. His experience included:
- Service as bond counsel on tax-exempt industrial revenue bond issues benefiting businesses of various sizes.
- Assisting tax-exempt organizations in assessing financing alternatives.
- Providing bond counsel services and practical advice for major community projects.
Education and Honors
- Harvard Law School (J.D., cum laude, 1970)
- Amherst College (B.A., magna cum laude, 1967)
- Phi Beta Kappa (Member).
Professional and Civic Activities
- Milwaukee Youth Arts Center (Chaired Capital Campaign Steering Committee)
- Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra (Former Chairman of the Board)
- Milwaukee Jewish Federation (Director and Former President)
- Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra (Former President)
- United Performing Arts Fund (Director)
- RUACH, Inc. (Director)
- Torah Academy of Milwaukee (Director)
- Co-author (with David Swanson), "Industrial Revenue Bond Financing: A User's Introduction," Quarles & Brady publication, 2003
- "Role of Family and Charitable Gifts," Quarles & Brady program, 1991
- Co-author, "Tax-Exempt Finance Issues," Quarles & Brady program, 1991