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Admiralty & Maritime Lawyers in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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David W. Neeb

Lawyer David W. Neeb licensed to practice in Wisconsin since 1969
Office: (414)276-0200, 111 E Kilbourn Ave # 1400, Milwaukee, WI 53202
PRACTICE AREA: Admiralty & Maritime Law

Jesse A. Capelle

Lawyer Jesse A. Capelle licensed to practice in Wisconsin since 2007
Office: 1000 North Water Street, Milwaukee, WI 53201
Web site: www.reinhartlaw.com/webpages/0/bio.aspx?id=677
PRACTICE AREA: Admiralty & Maritime Law, Business Law

Thomas J. Lonzo

Lawyer Thomas J. Lonzo licensed to practice in Wisconsin since 1989
Office: (414)271-5900, 660 E Mason St, Milwaukee, WI 53202
PRACTICE AREA: Admiralty & Maritime Law, Labor & Employment Law, Insurance Litigation
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