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John Rejowski is an attorney in Reinhart’s Litigation Practice who has an impressive track record of success both inside and outside the courtroom owing to a career spanning both criminal and civil legal arenas. John is a skilled and tireless advocate for his clients with the knowledge and experience to see even the most challenging matters through to successful fruition.

He represents clients in a variety of litigation matters, including cases involving breaches of contract, product liability and shareholder disputes. He is well-regarded for his strong ties to the community, his excellent relationships with judges and opposing counsel, and his ability to identify key issues.

John is a creative and efficient strategist who uses technology to his advantage. He streamlines the litigation process for his clients and often settles cases without needing a costly trial. John's commitment to his clients and his passion for doing good is what defines him as an attorney.  He is personable, hardworking and diligent, always willing to go above and beyond for his clients. John is also known for his fair and reasonable approach to negotiation and his ability to effectively solve challenging problems.

Prior to joining the firm, John was an Assistant District Attorney at the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office for five years, where he primarily prosecuted felony drug crimes, fleeing offenses, and non-fatal shootings. His previous assignment was in the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) Unit, which is dedicated to combating violent crime and dismantling large-scale trafficking organizations.

In his free time, John enjoys spending time with his family and his dog, Scout, and cheering for the Chicago Bears.


  • J.D., University of Wisconsin Law School
  • B.S., Political Science and International Relations, University of Iowa

Bar Admissions

Wisconsin | Illinois

Court Admissions

  • Eastern District of Wisconsin
  • Western District of Wisconsin

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