Max represents municipalities, businesses, and individuals throughout Southwest Wisconsin with a focus on general municipal law, municipal prosecutions, litigation, and real estate. Max assists municipal clients with real estate, land use and development, zoning, ordinances, open records, traffic and ordinance enforcement, and general municipal advisement.
Max also represents businesses and individuals in litigation, real estate, contract negotiation, and landlord/tenant matters.
He enjoys working with his clients to find effective and efficient solutions to their goals or issues.
Admitted to Practice
- Wisconsin State Courts
- U.S. District Court, Wisconsin Western District
Community Involvement & Board Memberships
- Boys and Girls Club of West Central Wisconsin - Corporate Board Member, 2021-Present
- Boys and Girls Club of Reedsburg
- Board President, 2021-Present
- Board Member, 2017-Present
- State Bar of Wisconsin
- Sauk County Bar Association
- Wisconsin Assocation for Justice
- J.D., Nothern Illinois University College of Law, 2014
- University of Wisconsin Law School, 2013-2014, Visiting Student
- B.A., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Economics & Political Science, 2010
Maximilian’s Latest Writing & Presentations
US Supreme Court Finds Minnesota County’s Failure to Return Excess Equity to Landowner Unconstitutional — What Does it Mean for Wisconsin?
Municipal Law Newsletter | 08.15.23
In Tyler v. Hennepin County, Minnesota, et al., 598 U.S. ___ (2023), a 94-year-old woman lost her home in a tax foreclosure to Hennepin County, Minnesota. She owed $15,000. Hennepin County sold her home for $40,000. Hennepin County used $15,000 of the proceeds to pay the past due taxes and kept the remaining $25,000 for itself. Under Minnesota law this was allowed, until the US Supreme Court’s decision.