Patrick Neuman Named Partner

Boardman & Clark LLP recently announced that Patrick Neuman has been named the firm’s newest partner.  Patrick practices primarily in the area of banking law, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, and corporate law.  He has been with the firm since 2008 when he started as a law clerk and joined as an associate in 2010 after graduating from the University of Wisconsin Law School.         

“We are very proud to add Pat as a partner,” said Kirsten Spira, Chair of the Boardman Banking Group.  “Pat’s total dedication to his clients and his knowledge, experience and skill as an attorney make him an invaluable member of the practice group and the firm.”

In his practice, Patrick assists banks and bank holding companies with mergers, stock acquisitions, asset sales and branch acquisitions, subchapter s conversions, holding company and subsidiary formations, corporate governance, vendor contract negotiations and regulatory and compliance matters.  Patrick’s practice includes negotiating on behalf of Wisconsin banks to resolve issues with the FDIC, HUD, the Wisconsin DFI and the Chicago Federal Reserve.  He also represents banks and other lenders in a variety of commercial loan transactions.  He frequently speaks and writes about legal issues affecting Wisconsin community banks for the Wisconsin Bankers Association.   Patrick also represents corporations and limited liability companies in mergers and acquisitions, corporate organizations and restructures, contract negotiations and corporate governance matters.  Patrick is the co-author of “Wisconsin Limited Liability Company: Forms and Practice Manual,” published by Data Trace, Inc. (2013 – present). 

Boardman & Clark LLP is one of Madison’s largest and longest-standing law firms.  The firm serves individuals, a wide range of business and corporate clients, school districts and local governments.  A firm of 65 attorneys, Boardman Clark offers services in the areas of banking, business, intellectual property, litigation, municipal law, labor and employment, land use, estate planning and probate, elder services, dealership and franchise, energy and telecommunications, real estate, family law, school law, and taxation.

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