Three attorneys have joined the Madison offices of DeWitt Ross & Stevens as associates. They are Stuart Bray, Brody Richter and Sara Spiering
Mr. Bray is a 2006 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School. His practice focuses on intellectual property with a concentration on patents in the biotechnology and medical fields. Mr. Bray earned an undergraduate degree in biology from the University of Virginia, and a master of science degree in biomedical sciences from Eastern Virginia Medical School, in Norfolk. Additional experience includes graduate business courses in Copenhagen, Denmark, working for a pharmaceutical company on the East Coast, and interning at an intellectual property law firm in Thailand.
Mr. Richter is a 2006 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School. His practice focuses on business, litigation, and real estate, with an emphasis on municipal law and land use issues. While in law school, Mr. Richter was a Law in Action Merit Scholar, an intern for Justice N. Patrick Crooks of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, and a participant on the school’s renowned Moot Court board. He has a bachelor’s degree in political science pre-law from Ohio University in Athens, and studied the British political system at the American Intercontinental University in London.
Ms. Spiering is a 2006 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School. Her practice focuses on litigation, including employment relations litigation. Ms. Spiering has an undergraduate degree in journalism from Northwestern University in Chicago. She wrote for a Chicago-based online women’s magazine, spent a semester working at Money Magazine in New York, and while in law school served as articles editor for the Wisconsin Law Review. She also interned with Judge Michael Nowakowski of the Dane County Circuit Court.
DeWitt Ross & Stevens S.C. is a Wisconsin Top 10 law firm with 80 attorneys in three offices in Madison and Metro Milwaukee.