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As a shareholder in Reinhart’s Real Estate and Litigation practices, Bridget Hubing is dedicated to litigating and resolving complex real estate matters that will have a positive impact for generations to come. She is exceptionally committed to collaborating with all parties involved in real estate disputes and strives to reach amicable resolutions that preserve relationships while meeting client goals.

Bridget’s clients include property owners, title insurers, contractors, surveyors and lenders. She counsels, litigates and negotiates favorable settlements in all types of real estate disputes including boundary and easement disputes, adverse possession cases, title conveyance issues, escrow and closing matters, loan payoff disputes, construction cases, title policy coverage issues and landlord/tenant matters. Bridget’s experience also includes establishing mortgage liens, filing construction liens, establishing lien priority and conducting foreclosures and evictions.

Her clients describe Bridget as responsive, knowledgeable and mindful of their financial constraints. While she works to avoid litigation when practical, she is a confident litigator who energetically pursues her clients’ interests. Bridget has a deep understanding of the personal attachments and emotional issues that often arise with land-related disagreements and is an empathetic adviser and trial lawyer.

She strives to develop a litigation strategy as early as possible with her clients to meet their legal needs and budgetary concerns. Her decades of legal experience help her realize the unique nature of land and the value in fully analyzing all claims and defenses up front to determine if a resolution is possible without engaging in lengthy and costly litigation. Bridget is willing to travel and takes the time to personally visit her clients to assess the land and any encroachments in dispute. She recognizes that taking the time to walk the property with her clients frequently allows her to find creative solutions to complex real estate problems.

During her time at Notre Dame, ethics were deeply infused into every aspect of her education and remain a priority in her practice and daily life. Before law school, Bridget earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology and worked as a legal advocate for domestic violence victims. Her compassionate nature and desire to advocate for those in need continues to impact her practice today. While Bridget’s friendly disposition is immediately apparent, it is matched by her competitive nature. This is probably best highlighted by her involvement with the Milwaukee Momentum – a professional women’s football team – which she co-owned and played on for several years before starting a family.

Away from the office, Bridget is very active with her three children, enjoys spending time outdoors, fishing, hiking and biking.  She also recently pursued her dual citizenship status with Luxembourg.


  • J.D., University of Notre Dame Law School
  • B.A., cum laude, Ripon College

Bar Admissions

Wisconsin | Colorado

Court Admissions

  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Wisconsin
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit


  • Represented commercial and residential property owners on boundary disputes and easement issues
  • Served as legal counsel for title insurers and title agents on policy coverage and title issues
  • Worked with surveyors on a variety of matters particular to their industry, including malpractice
  • Counseled landlords and tenants on leasing issues, including evictions
  • Assisted contractors and property owners in construction defect and seller disclosure disputes
  • Obtained and perfected construction and mortgage liens, and foreclosed such liens
  • Reduced the financial exposure of lending institutions through loan workout agreements

Honors & Affiliations


  • Best Lawyers in America, Litigation-Real Estate; Real Estate Law
  • Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy
  • 1999-2001 White Scholar, Thomas J. White Center on Law and Government
  • Waukesha County Bar Association, Member
  • State Bar of Wisconsin, Member
  • Milwaukee Bar Association, Member
  • American Bar Association, Member
  • Wisconsin Land Title Association, Member
  • Wisconsin Society of Land Surveyors, Affiliate Member
  • Erin School District Board of Directors, Member
  • Erin School District Parent Teacher Club, Member

News & Insights


  • “The Role of the Surveyor In Adverse Possession and Easement Cases,” Wisconsin Society of Land Surveyors Annual Surveyors' Institute (January 29, 2016)
  • “Title Insurance Coverage: What Real Estate Counsel Need to Know,” Stafford Publications Webinar (May 21, 2015)
  • “Proving Adverse Possession Rights and Easement Rights in Real Property,” National Business Institute Webinar (October 7, 2014)


  • “Reinhart Wins Case Concerning Title Industry; Provides Future Precedence” (Wisconsin Law Journal; October 2022)
  • Author, “WDFI Authorizes Remote Online Notarizations for Real Estate Transactions In Wake of Coronavirus Fears, but Beware” (Reinhart Alert; March 2020)
  • Co-Author, “Wisconsin Construction Lien Law Handbook” (State Bar of Wisconsin; 4th Ed., December 2014)
  • Author, “Kimble v. Land Concepts, Inc.: Punitive Damages Against Title Insurer in Bad Faith Case Held Unconstitutionally Excessive” (Wisconsin Defense Counsel Journal; Summer 2014)