Boardman Clark Welcomes Stuart Mondschein, Rhea Myers, and William O’Connor

Boardman Clark is proud to announce the addition of three attorneys to the firm: Stu Mondschein, William O’Connor, and Rhea Myers, all formerly with the recently dissolved Wheeler Van Sickle & Anderson, SC law firm. Each bring prominent practices and many years of experience to Boardman Clark in their respective areas of law.

Stu Mondschein is a litigation attorney with many years of experience in general commercial and personal matters. He currently focuses on litigation related to stray voltage, as well as electrical distribution and transmission. Stu has been involved in scores of stray voltage investigations, suits, claims and trials in states across the United States.

Rhea Myers pursues and defends employment discrimination claims of all kinds – including before federal courts and the Wisconsin Equal Rights Division. In addition to his core labor and employment practice, he is an experienced litigator and has tried commercial litigation with thousands of plaintiffs.

William O’Connor has practiced law since 1979, focusing on water law (including riparian rights and water regulation), conservation, land use, local government, and nonprofit organization matters. He is particularly experienced in representing waterfront and recreational property owners, Land Trusts and Public Inland Lake Protection and Rehabilitation Districts.

“We’re thrilled to have Stu, Bill and Rhea join our team. They are proven attorneys respected in their fields, and their breadth and depth of experience will be a great addition to a number of our core practice areas,” Richard Heinemann, Chair of Boardman Clark’s Executive Committee, says.


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. 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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