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William E. Keeler III

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Biography

William E. Keeler, III is an attorney with the firm and handles matters in federal, state and administrative forums throughout the country. He concentrates his practice on general defense litigation, handling cases from inception through trial or settlement. He currently represents manufacturers, contractors, utilities, premises owners, and other businesses in litigation involving products liability, toxic torts, motor vehicle accidents, and general liability claims.

Prior to joining the firm, he spent several years litigating with the Milwaukee Trial Office of the Wisconsin State Public Defender that included extensive motion and trial practice on behalf of hundreds of individual clients. He continues to represent individual clients that find themselves in need of counsel in criminal and traffic matters as the situation arises.

Community Service Activities

Brady Street Area Association – Board Member

Practice Areas

Appellate Practice
Civil Rights Litigation
Commercial and Corporate Litigation
Criminal Defense
Environmental Litigation and Coverage
Industrial Accidents
Mass Tort and Toxic Tort Litigation
Municipal Law and School Law
Negligence and Personal Injury Defense
Products Liability
Real Estate Litigation and Construction Law
Risk Management
Workers' Compensation
Wrongful Death

Bar Admissions

State of Wisconsin
State of Illinois
State of Minnesota
State of Missouri
U.S. District Court - Eastern District of Wisconsin
U.S District Court - Western District of Wisconsin
U.S. District Court - Northern District of Illinois
U.S. Court of Appeals - Seventh Circuit

Education

Marquette University, (J.D.), 2007
University of Minnesota, (B.A. English Literature), 2003

Professional Organizations

Wisconsin State Bar Association
Illinois State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Defense Research Institute
Wisconsin Defense Counsel
Milwaukee Young Lawyers Association

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