General Civil Litigation
Civil Rights Litigation
Personal Injury Litigation
U.S. District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals
Marquette University, J.D. 1986
University of Wisconsin – Madison, 1981
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Sarah Fry Bruch is a shareholder with the firm. Her principal practice is in civil litigation in state and federal court, including insurance defense and municipal law. She obtained a published appellate defense decision in favor of the firm’s client in Cambier v. Integrity Mutual Insurance Co., 2007 WI App 200, 305 Wis. 2d 337, 738 N.W.2d 181 (Review denied). In 2004, she obtained a favorable defense jury verdict of $0 damages in an auto accident suit, Wayne Zierk, et al. v. Atlanta Casualty Co., et al., Kenosha County Case No. 02-CV-933 (2004).
Sally was appointed to a 2011-2013 term on the Office of Lawyer Regulation (OLR) District 2 Committee by the Wisconsin Supreme Court. In 2010, she was appointed to a three-year term on the Board of Directors, Wisconsin Trust Account Foundation (WisTAF).
Sally was a nominee for State Bar of Wisconsin President-elect in 2010. She is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin, Defense Research Institute, Wisconsin Defense Counsel, and Litigation Counsel of America. She has served as Chair and Vice-Chair of the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Diversity Outreach Committee, and has been a member since 2003. She developed the 2009 Diversity Counsel Program CLE "Focus on Minority and Women Owned Law Firms," and the 2008 Diversity Counsel Program CLE “Ethical Issues of Bias.” Sally co-authored “E-Discovery, Practical Considerations,” presented at the Civil Trial Counsel of Wisconsin, 2008 Spring Conference. In 2006, she served as Subcommittee Chair for the State Bar Convention Diversity Outreach-Gender Equity CLE. Sally was previously an Assistant District Attorney in Portage County, WI, where she prosecuted criminal felony and misdemeanor cases to successful verdicts before juries.