Eric primarily practices municipal law, with a focus on general municipal law, real estate transactions, land use and development, labor and employment, municipal regulation of renewable energy systems, and the prosecution of municipal violations. He provides a wide range of services to municipal clients, including negotiating and drafting contracts, easements, ordinances, and other documents; enforcement and prosecution of ordinance violations, including zoning violations, public nuisances, and building code violations; and provides advice on land use and zoning matters. Eric also frequently attends Common Council and Village Board meetings, and provides advice to municipal commissions and committees. 

He has worked with municipalities to issue raze orders for dilapidated buildings, revised Codes of Ordinances, conducted eminent domain proceedings, assisted municipalities in the purchase and sale of real estate, provided general legal services, and prosecuted public nuisance violations. 

Eric also represents businesses and individuals in litigation, real estate, contract negotiation, and landlord/​tenant matters. 

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Admitted to Practice

  • Wisconsin State Courts

Professional Memberships

  • State Bar of Wisconsin, Government Lawyers Division
  • Grant County Bar Association


  • J.D., Marquette University Law School, 2017
    • Merit Scholarship
  • B.A., University of Wisconsin Platteville, 2014

Presentations, Publications, & Contributions

  • Presenter, “Student Expulsions and Abeyance Agreements,” Boardman & Clark LLP’s 20th Annual School Law Seminar, November 2022
  • Author, “Municipal Regulation of Solar Energy Systems,” The Municipality (League of Wisconsin Municipalities), December 2022
  • Author, “Financing Opportunities for Local Governments under the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act,” Boardman & Clark LLP’s Bimonthly Municipal Law Newsletter, November/December 2021
  • Author, “Local Powers to Address COVID-19 in the Wake of Wisconsin Legislature v. Palm and OAG-03-20,” Boardman & Clark LLP’s Bimonthly Municipal Law Newsletter, May/June 2020
  • Author, “Wisconsin Court of Appeals Holds Municipalities Do Not Get a Second Chance at Conditional Use Permit Denial – Heartland Sportsmen’s Club, Inc. vs. City of Delafield, 2019AP740,” Boardman & Clark LLP’s Bimonthly Municipal Law Newsletter, July/August 2020
  • Author, “Applicability of the ‘Competitive and Bargaining Reasons’ Exception to Wisconsin’s Public Records Law,” Boardman & Clark LLP’s Bimonthly Municipal Law Newsletter, September/October 2020

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