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Jason R. Fathallah

Attorney
  • Office:
    • Milwaukee

      411 East Wisconsin Avenue
      Suite 1000
      Milwaukee, WI 53202

  • Telephone: (414) 287-1510
  • Fax: (414) 238-6436

Jason is a Shareholder in the firm’s Litigation and Risk Management Practice Group and serves as one of the Chairs of the Insurance Coverage and Risk Management Section. He works with clients to provide creative dispute resolution outcomes that avoid litigation, minimize business interruption, and reduce costs. When litigation cannot be avoided, Jason draws on his substantial experience successfully litigating cases in state and federal courts and arbitration panels throughout the country. Jason has represented clients in a wide variety of commercial and business litigation matters, including complex insurance coverage cases, contractual disputes, shareholder disputes, software and IT disputes, and intellectual property matters.

Jason is frequently asked to present at corporate in-house CLE events. He has presented on topics related to commercial litigation, insurance coverage and ethics. Jason is co-authoring the Wisconsin chapter of the DRI’s compendium on rescission of insurance contracts.

Jason is involved in the greater Milwaukee community and currently serves on the Milwaukee Zoological Society’s Associate Board. The Associate Board oversees and helps plan Society fundraising events. Jason is also active in pro bono matters litigating federal civil cases on behalf of pro se litigants.

Jason is recognized as a Rising StarSM by Wisconsin Super Lawyers®. He is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin, American Bar Association, Milwaukee Bar Association and Outagamie County Bar Association. Jason is also licensed to practice in Michigan.

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Education:

  • University of Wisconsin, J.D.
  • University of Michigan, B.A., with distinction

Bar Admissions:

  • Wisconsin
  • Michigan
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin, Eastern District of Michigan
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, 7th Circuit

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