Madison Law Firm Announces its Reorganization to DeWitt LLP

Jan 1, 2019 | Michelle M. Friedman

MADISON | MILWAUKEE | MINNEAPOLIS – The Wisconsin-based law firm DeWitt Ross & Stevens S.C., and its Minnesota affiliate DeWitt Mackall Crounse & Moore S.C., announced today they have reorganized to DeWitt LLP (DeWitt), effective January 1, 2019.

“Reorganizing our two entities into DeWitt LLP follows our strategic business goals and is also conducive to a more effective branding strategy by creating a consistent corporate identity across our markets,” said Bradley C. Fulton – President & Managing Partner of DeWitt.

During the past several years the firm has expanded its practice into Minnesota and grown its Metro Milwaukee office to one of the largest in Waukesha County. Founded in 1903, Dewitt is the oldest law firm in Madison, Wisconsin. While the firm’s name is changing, its commitment to its clients’ success remains the same.

Fulton notes, “In addition to the strong business reasons for reorganizing, we also recognize that the old-school tradition of long law firm names simply doesn’t match what consumers prefer: short brand names that are more memorable.”

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Michelle joined DeWitt in January 2011 as the Director of Marketing and is responsible for the marketing, public relations, and business development efforts of the firm. For more information please contact Michelle Friedman by phone at 262.754.2877.

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