Reinhart's Peterson Elected President of Milwaukee Bar Association

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MILWAUKEE – Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c. (Reinhart) shareholder David Peterson has been elected President of the Milwaukee Bar Association (MBA). Peterson is a longstanding member of the MBA's Board of Directors whose previous service to the Association includes serving as President-Elect and Vice President.

Peterson, a shareholder in Reinhart's Litigation Practice, is based in the firm's Waukesha office. He focuses his practice primarily on disputes involving commercial litigation, environmental remediation and product liability. Peterson also represents clients in tax assessment valuation matters and corporate governance disputes. In addition to his significant trial experience, he has extensive experience in mediation and arbitration.

States Reinhart CEO, Jerome M. Janzer, "This is a well-deserved honor for Dave, who has dedicated years of hard work and leadership to the MBA. Dave continues our firm's long tradition of service to the MBA. We applaud his efforts and the efforts of all our attorneys who give back to the profession and our community."

Peterson joins a long line of current and former Reinhart attorneys serving the MBA as President, including Francis W. Deisinger (2009-2010), Donald J. Christl (2002-2003), David A. Erne (1989-1990), George Likert (1951-1952) and William Kaumheimer (1920).

Established in 1858, the MBA is the fifth oldest bar association in the nation and its mission is to serve the interests of the lawyers, judges and the people of Milwaukee County. The MBA aids in the administration of justice, promotes high standards of learning and professional conduct, provides opportunities for law-related community service and fosters collegiality within the legal community.


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