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100 East Wisconsin Avenue
Suite 2600
Milwaukee, WI 53202
414-276-6464

Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP’s Milwaukee office combines deep and longstanding local roots with the resources and reach of a nationwide firm.

The history of what is now the Milwaukee office began with the opening of Benninger, Hayes & Kluwin in 1931. Name partner John Benninger owned the original Milwaukee Brewers AAA baseball club. In the 1950s, the firm underwent a number of personnel changes and became Kluwin, Dunphy, Hankin & Hayes. More than 20 years ago, in 1988, the firm merged with Chicago-based Hinshaw & Culbertson and became Kluwin, Dunphy, Hinshaw & Culbertson.

Throughout our history, we have represented Milwaukee and Badger-State businesses and public entities with home-grown talent. All of the lawyers in the Milwaukee office graduated from Marquette or the University of Wisconsin. More than one-third have been recognized by their peers on the Rising Stars or Super Lawyers lists. Our lawyers have served the community as prosecutors in the District Attorney’s Office, as elected officials, and as members of the boards of numerous local nonprofits and foundations.

We use our legal expertise and local knowledge to defend a wide array of clients, including those in the aviation industry, legal, medical and design professionals accused of malpractice, and manufacturers who have been sued for allegedly defective products.

Directions

From Chicago
Take I-94 West to I-794 East. Exit I-794 at Plankinton Avenue (Exit 1D), stay in the right lane on I-794. Plankinton Avenue is the first exit on I-794. Go North (Left) on Plankinton Avenue four blocks to Wells Street. Go East (Right) on Wells Street for 3 blocks to Water Street, the first intersection with traffic lights after crossing the Milwaukee River. Go South (Right) on Water Street one and one half blocks to the building parking garage, which is on the right and is attached to the building. This is one half block after the intersection of Water and Mason Streets. The office is on the corner of Water Street and Wisconsin Avenue.

From Green Bay
Take I-43 South to downtown Milwaukee and exit at McKinley Avenue (Exit 73A). Go East (Left) at the off ramp traffic lights. Proceed on McKinley for approximately 12 blocks to Water Street.. McKinley Avenue intersects with Water Street at the first intersection with traffic lights after you cross the Milwaukee River. Go South (Right) on Water Street for seven and one half blocks to the building parking garage, which is on the right and is attached to the building. This is one half block after the intersection of Water and Mason Streets. The office is on the corner of Water Street and Wisconsin Avenue.

From Madison
Take I-94 East to I-794 East. Exit I-794 at James Lovell Street/St. Paul Avenue (Exit 1H), just East of the split of I-94 East to Chicago and I-794 to the Lake Front. After exiting, continue North (Left) on James Lovell Street for 4 blocks to Wells Street. Go East (Right) on Wells Street for eight blocks to Water Street, the first intersection with traffic lights after crossing the Milwaukee River. Go South (Right) on Water Street one and one half blocks to the building parking garage, which is on the right and is attached to the building. This is one half block after the intersection of Water and Mason Streets. The office is on the corner of Water Street and Wisconsin Avenue.

From Rockford
Take I-43 North to I-794 East. Exit I-794 at Plankinton Avenue (Exit 1D), stay in the right lane on I-794. Plankinton Avenue is the first exit on I-794. Go North (Left) on Plankinton Avenue four blocks to Wells Street. Go East (Right) on Wells Street for 3 blocks to Water Street, the first intersection with traffic lights after crossing the Milwaukee River. Go South (Right) on Water Street one and one half blocks to the building parking garage, which is on the right and is attached to the building. This is one half block after the intersection of Water and Mason Streets. The office is on the corner of Water Street and Wisconsin Avenue.

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