A Tradition of Teamwork
At Weld Riley, we’ve been serving individuals, businesses and public entities for more than 25 years, and we would never have been this successful and grown from a seven-member law firm to one of the largest firms in western Wisconsin without the talented attorneys and staff members who work here. Without a tradition of teamwork, we can’t serve our clients and deliver results through professional legal representation.
“You walk in the door and you’re going to be taken care of. That first call that you make, even if I can’t personally help you, I have 30 partners with experience in so many different areas that there is somebody in this building that is going to take care of you,” said attorney Daneille Strong.
Weld Riley has lawyers practicing in many different areas, and many of Weld Riley’s clients have more than one attorney.
“I think that’s the advantage that we have. We have many specialties under one roof. If there is something that I can’t handle, I know that there is someone in the office that can handle it, and I’m able to refer them so that the client is fully served,” attorney Tom Graham added.
From labor and employment to business law, estate planning, tax representation, municipal law, frac sand, mining and mineral rights, environmental law, banking and creditors’ rights, civil litigation, worker’s compensation defense, criminal defense, immigration, and family law, there’s a seasoned professional at the firm ready to help. And that teamwork often turns into long lasting friendships at Weld Riley.
“You know, for me it’s about the family culture. Family always comes first at Weld Riley and I really consider the employees and my business partners to be family members. Whether it’s celebrating kid’s birthdays, or someone’s anniversary, it’s very collegial. It’s very open door. I often times refer to my business partners as my brothers and sisters because they really are. And that’s what makes coming to work every morning at Weld Riley so easy to do. It’s really the family atmosphere,” said attorney John Behling.