DeWitt Ross & Stevens S.C.: Two DeWitt litigators included in Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Wisconsin for 2017

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MADISON | MILWAUKEE | MINNEAPOLIS – DeWitt Ross & Stevens S.C. today announced that the National Trial Lawyers Association has included two of its litigators, Howard Schoenfeld and David J. Schwartz as members of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Wisconsin.

Schoenfeld, who has been included as a member for more than 10 years, has practiced for more than 30 years in both state and federal courts – before juries and appellate courts. He frequently represents individuals, and companies both large and small, lawyers, municipalities and more in a wide array of litigation matters ranging from civil rights issues to violation of constitutional rights, building defects, and personal injuries – to name a few. He earned his J.D. from the University of Wisconsin Law School and his B.S. from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.

Schwartz, who is listed as a member for the fourth year in a row, is a practicing litigator for more than 30 years, is experienced in representing his clients successfully in a variety of civil litigation disputes. He specializes in personal injury, medical negligence, worker’s compensation, and general civil litigation including commercial/real estate litigation. He earned his J.D., from the University of South Dakota School of Law and his B.A. from the University of Denver.

Membership in The National Trial Lawyers Association is by invitation only and is extended only to those attorneys who exemplify superior qualifications, trial results, leadership, influence, and reputation in the community of trial lawyers as viewed by members of the bench, members of The National Trial Lawyers Association, and the public and other trial lawyers.

The association is a professional organization which includes America’s top trial lawyers. Its purpose is to offer practical educational programs, networking opportunities and legal publications to its members about current issues facing trial lawyers.