Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek: Expands Corporate Transactions and Business Law Practice

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MADISON—Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. announced today that attorney Gregory A. Fedders has joined the firm’s Corporate Transactions and Business Law practice in its Madison office.

“Greg brings extensive experience with a wide range of businesses and industries, including mid-size and closely-held, family-owned manufacturers and service companies,” said Michael Klinker, Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek vice president. “In addition, his successes with helping start-up businesses find capital will be very valuable to our clients.”

At WHD, Fedders will focus on clients in the food and agribusiness industries. With more than 13 years of experience, Fedders has worked with mid-market clients on product distribution issues, mergers and acquisitions, commercial finance and assisting emerging business obtain early stage funding. He has worked with clients in the food, agricultural, plastics, publishing, construction and heavy equipment industries. In his recent work, Fedders has helped businesses meet requirements of the Bioterrorism Act, enabled clients to raise capital for expansion and helped clients recapitalize to diversify wealth.

Fedders is past president and board member of the Green County Development Corporation. Fedders is a previous board member of the Green County Family YMCA and is a member of the Midwest Food Processors Association.

A native of Le Mars, Iowa, Fedders graduated with honors from the University of Iowa Law School. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Finance and Master in Business Administration from the University of Iowa. Fedders also clerked for the Hon. Robert D. Martin, chief bankruptcy judge for the Western District of Wisconsin.

For more than 60 years, Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. has played a leading role in shaping the political, economic and legal landscapes in Wisconsin—guiding their clients to successful outcomes. The firm, with offices in Milwaukee, Madison and Manitowoc, has more than 140 attorneys and paralegals practicing more than 40 areas of law.