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Quarles Attorneys Named to 2022 Wisconsin Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

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Milwaukee — The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP today announced that 11 of its attorneys have been named to "2022 Wisconsin Super Lawyers" and are among the top attorneys in Wisconsin for 2022. Daniel Conley was named among the top ten in the state. Additionally, 12 attorneys were named to the "2022 Wisconsin Rising Stars" list.

The following attorneys from the Quarles Madison and Milwaukee offices were selected to "2022 Wisconsin Super Lawyers":


  • Sarah Coyne- Health Care
  • Kristin Graham Noel- Intellectual Property Litigation
  • Brittany Ogden- Business Litigation
  • Margaret Utterback- Business/Corporate


  • Andrew Beilfuss- Franchise/Dealership
  • Daniel Conley- Business Litigation
  • John Daniels Jr.- Real Estate
  • Robert Duffy- Employment & labor
  • Mark Kircher- PI – Products: Defense
  • Katie Mason- Bankruptcy: Business
  • Sean Scullen- Employment & Labor

"Super Lawyers Rising Stars" recognizes the top up-and-coming attorneys in the state who are 40 years old or younger, or who have been practicing for 10 years or less. No more than 2.5 percent of total lawyers are selected for inclusion on the "Rising Stars" list.

The following Quarles attorneys from the firm’s Milwaukee office were named to the "2022 Wisconsin Rising Stars" list:


  • J. William Boucher- Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Lindsey Davis- Employment Litigation: Defense
  • James Goldschmidt- Appellate
  • Noelle Granitz- Real Estate
  • Brandon Krajewski- Business Litigation
  • Lora LoCoco- PI – Products: Defense
  • Shauna Manion- Business Litigation
  • Maciej Pietruczak- Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Joseph Poehlmann- Business Litigation
  • Alexandra Shortridge- Insurance Coverage
  • Patrick Taylor- Business/Corporate
  • Rachel Taylor- Business/ Corporate

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