Joe has an enthusiasm for new challenges and a willingness to adapt and learn. He particularly enjoys engaging collaboratively with clients to help them achieve their goals, and primarily represents landlords, including Manufactured Housing Communities (MHCs). Representing landlords, Joe provides day to day advice navigating complex landlord tenant laws and overcoming challenging tenant issues. Joe understands the value of minimizing the risk of litigation, and regularly advises landlords on issues such as fair housing laws, security deposit issues, lease compliance, and more.
Joe’s previous work focused on litigation, and he continues to enjoy advancing clients’ interests in the courtroom. Joe is in court every week, in various counties throughout Wisconsin, representing landlords in eviction matters. Joe handles evictions from start to finish, working closely with landlords, community managers and other witnesses, carefully reviewing leases, eviction notices and other evidence to build a strong case for his landlord clients. Joe spearheads negotiations and represents clients through trial, whenever necessary.
Joe is a former state prosecutor, as well as a 2016 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School and an alumnus of Saint Louis University. When not working, Joe enjoys hunting, fishing, smoked meats, and watching all manner of sports, especially rugby and college football.