Mark P. Broderick
Mark is a partner in the firm’s Milwaukee office where he handles litigated matters involving professional liability, products liability, and premises liability. Mark also handles litigated matters involving torts, contracts, and construction related disputes in Wisconsin and Illinois. As a trained arbitrator, he is frequently asked to preside over arbitrations for the 19th Judicial Circuit in Lake County, Illinois and for private litigants.
Mark managed the firm’s northern Illinois office for eight years where his responsibilities included the training and mentoring of the firm’s associate attorneys. He has frequently served as faculty for the SmithAmundsen and Illinois Defense Trial Counsel (IDC) trial academies. Mark has tried cases to successful verdicts in both Wisconsin and Illinois and has arbitrated and mediated hundreds of cases during his tenure with the firm.
University of Notre Dame, B.A., 1985
Thomas M. Cooley Law School, J.D., 1995
Assistant Editor, Law Review
Instructor, “Trial Academy,” Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel, Winter 2010.
Speaker/Moderator, “Kenosha County Law Day,” May 2009.
Instructor, “Trial Academy,” SmithAmundsen, Fall 2008.
Author, “To Download ... or Not to Download, That is the Question,” Business Ledger, April 28, 2008.
Speaker, “Wrongful Death Jury Instruction Update," client seminar, February 2008.
Author, “A Legal Services Plan is Best Right from the Start,” Business Ledger, October 1, 2007.
Speaker/Moderator, “Lake County Law Day,” May 2006.
Speaker/Moderator, “Lake County Law Day,” May 2005.
Instructor, “Trial Academy,” SmithAmundsen, Fall 2004.
Instructor, “Trial Academy,” Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel, Winter 2002.
Speaker, “Premises Liability Update,” client seminar, Troy, MI, Spring 1998.
Member: Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel; Wisconsin Bar Association; Illinois State Bar Association; American Bar Association; and Lake County Bar Association.
Certified Arbitrator and frequent Chair for the 19th Judicial Circuit arbitration system.
Frequent private panel arbitrator.
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Milwaukee, WI 53220
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