Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek s.c.: Honored as deal maker and real estate, finance & construction Law Firm of the Year for 2011 from Lawyer Monthly Magazine

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Milwaukee, Wis. – December 5, 2011 – The law firm of Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. is pleased to announce that it has been recognized for its legal expertise and innovative approach by Lawyer Monthly Magazine, which has named attorney Sverre David Roang “Deal Maker of the Year – USA,” and recognized the firm as “Real Estate, Finance & Construction Law Firm of the Year – USA” for 2011, due to the work performed by attorney Brad Dallet and the firm’s Real Estate, Finance and Construction teams.

Sverre David Roang is a shareholder in the Madison office, where he serves as co-leader of the firm’s Corporate Practice Group. He works with a variety of businesses to lead them through all stages of their development, and has strong experience in mergers, acquisitions, corporate governance and various other transactions. Roang works diligently to understand the broader industry in which his clients operate, allowing him to provide pointed and impactful legal counsel. He has been particularly successful doing so for significant agribusiness companies throughout the United States and around the world, helping many navigate complex M&A transactions. Chambers USA has recognized Roang for his “impeccable legal knowledge,” “ability to keep his cool but get tough when needs be,” and the “high level of client service” he offers in M&A transactions. Roang received his B.A., with honors, from Northwestern University, and his J.D., cum laude, from University of Wisconsin Law School. 

WHD’s Real Estate, Finance and Construction teams offer clients the practical judgment, technical expertise and innovative thinking it takes to advance each client’s unique interests and get deals done in a timely, cost-effective manner. The teams represent businesses, developers, purchasers, sellers, tenants, landlords, municipalities, contractors, entrepreneurs, banks, finance companies, insurance companies, pension funds, equity funds, suppliers and other borrowers, lenders and investors. WHD’s experience encompasses principle areas of development; purchase and sale; leasing; tax-deferred transactions; condominium development; zoning and land use; eminent domain; taxation; litigation; brownfield development; environmental assessment; secured and unsecured commercial loans; participations, syndications and mezzanine or junior lien financing arrangements; structuring and closing bond transactions; assisting lenders in credit enhancement facilities; and construction, mortgage, TIF, debtor-in-possession and exit financing.

Brad Dallet is a shareholder in the Milwaukee office, where he serves as leader of the firm’s Real Estate Practice Group. He concentrates his practice in the area of real estate transactions and real estate finance, and is experienced in representing national, regional and local retailers, developers, companies and individuals in the purchase, sale, development and leasing of retail, industrial, office and multi-family real estate. According to Chambers USA, clients have described him as “an extremely practical and business-minded attorney, who cuts straight to the point,” and have endorsed him for his “complete grasp of the law, understanding of the issues and awareness of the big picture. He’s a real deal maker.” Dallet received his B.S., cum laude, from Miami University, and his J.D., magna cum laude, from Case Western Reserve University School of Law. 

“WHD is proud to receive these honors from Lawyer Monthly Magazine,” said Paul Eberle, WHD’s chief executive. “They are a testament to our focus on client success and the exceptional level of legal expertise delivered by our Corporate, Real Estate, Construction and Finance teams.” 

Lawyer Monthly Magazine is a global publication providing news, analysis and features on all the latest headlines within the legal and corporate worlds. Lawyer Monthly examines the key issues affecting the legal community globally, including the major regions such as the United States, Europe and Asia, across all sectors including mergers and acquisitions, banking and finance and intellectual property.