|Mark G. Blum|
Mark G. Blum is a senior partner in the firm, having practiced with the firm
since his graduation from Marquette University Law School in 1985. Attorney
Blum received his undergraduate degree from Marquette University in 1990 and
is also a graduate of Waukesha North High School.
Attorney Blum has litigated many civil cases in both state and federal
courts and has handled appellate matters before the Wisconsin Court of
Appeals and the Wisconsin Supreme Court, as well as the 7th
Circuit Court of Appeals.
Attorney Blum’s practice is concentrated in business and corporate law,
probate and estate planning, real estate transactions and development, as
well as municipal law. Attorney Blum has been the City Attorney for the
City of New Berlin since 2002, and the Village Attorney for the Village of
Pewaukee since 2004.
Attorney Blum is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin and has served on
the State Bar Fee Arbitration Panel for Waukesha County. He is also a
member of the Waukesha County Bar Association and specifically, its
Municipal Lawyers section.
Attorney Blum has served as an attorney coach for Waukesha South High
School, as well as a judge in the Wisconsin Bar Foundation Mock Trial
Program. He has also served on the Board of Directors of The Caring Place,
Inc., the Friends of the Caring Place, Inc. and Social Rehabilitation &
Residential Resources, Inc., and has been the President of each of those
organizations. He is also a member of First United Methodist Church of
Waukesha and been a delegate to Wisconsin Annual Conference of the United
Attorney Blum and his wife, Debbie, are parents of four daughters. In his
spare time, he enjoys running, kayaking, cycling, woodworking and reading.
1. United States Gypsum Co. Attorney Blum litigated asbestos
property damage cases throughout the State of Wisconsin, including
Bank One Building Management Corporation vs. W. R. Grace et al, 210
Wis.2d 62, 565 N.W.2d 154 (Wis. Ct. App. 1997).
2. Attorney Blum represented the Village of Lannon with respect to
obtaining State of Wisconsin Clean Water Fund Loans in the implementation
and construction of its sewer utility system.
3. Attorney Blum represented the Village of Lannon in tax assessment
litigation before the Wisconsin Court of Appeals and Wisconsin Supreme
Court, Village of Lannon vs. Woodland Contractors, Inc., 259 Wis.2d
879, 659 N.W.2d 98 (Wis. Ct. App. 2003), 267 Wis.2d 158, 672, N.W.2d
4. Beilfus vs. Huffy Corp., 274 Wis.2d 500, 685 N.W.2d 373
(2004 Wis. App.). Attorney Blum represented the Plaintiff with
respect to this restrictive covenant litigation.
5. Attorney Blum represented Bee Industries, Inc. with respect to
the sale of its assets to Illinois Tool Works, Inc.
6. Schieffer vs. Care Tech Laboratories. Attorney Blum
successfully represented the Plaintiff in a contaminated pharmaceutical
7. City of New Berlin. Attorney Blum assisted in the negotiation
for the acquisition of Lake Michigan Water for the City of New Berlin Water
Utility and represented the City with respect to obtaining a diversion of
Lake Michigan Water for the City of New Berlin Water Utility across the
1. City of New Berlin
2. Village of Pewaukee
3. Capital Equipment & Handling, Inc.
4. Purity Real Estate, LLC
5. Medical Eye Associates
6. Jahnke & Jahnke Associates, Inc.
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