Dan Fahey, Julia Potter, and Tom Vercauteren Named Partners

<p>Dan Fahey (left), Julia Potter (middle), and Tom Vercauteren (right) were recently named partners at the firm.</p>

Dan Fahey (left), Julia Potter (middle), and Tom Vercauteren (right) were recently named partners at the firm.

Boardman Clark is proud to announce that Dan Fahey, Julia Potter, and Tom Vercauteren have been named the firm’s newest partners. 

"Julia, Dan, and Tom are all talented and hardworking attorneys with flourishing practices," says Attorney Jennifer Mirus, the chair of the firm's executive committee. "We couldn't be happier to have them join the partnership. We know that they'll continue to succeed and uphold the firm's standard of excellence."

Julia has been with the firm for over eight years. She assists individuals, businesses, and municipalities with a wide range of legal issues involving real estate, land use, and municipal law. Julia works with her clients to find creative solutions to problems and strives to explain legal documents in plain language.

Dan has been an attorney with the firm for nearly five years. He works in the areas of business, real estate, trust and estates, and mergers and acquisitions. He regularly represents small to midsize-companies, business owners, and government entities in relation to their business affairs, focusing on business transactions.

Tom has been with Boardman Clark for over two years. He practices in the areas of estate planning, probate, and trust administration. Prior to joining private practice, Tom worked as a trust officer, administering trusts and estates in the capacity of a trustee/​personal representative, which helps him recognize where estate plans can go wrong.

Boardman Clark is one of Madison’s largest and longest-standing law firms. The firm serves individuals, businesses, school districts, and local governments. Its areas of service include litigation, franchise and dealership law, business law, taxation, estate planning and probate, intellectual property, family law, municipal law, banking, labor and employment, land use, elder services, real estate, and school law.

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