MILWAUKEE – DeWitt Ross & Stevens S.C. on Monday announced it is
combining with the 26-attorney, Minneapolis, Minn.-based firm
Mackall, Crounse & Moore PLC.
Between the two firms, there will be more than 100 attorneys
with expertise in more than 30 areas of law and offices in metro
Milwaukee, Madison and Minneapolis.
The Minneapolis branch of the firm will operate as DeWitt
Mackall Crounse & Moore S.C., while the Wisconsin offices will
continue as DeWitt Ross & Stevens.
The merger will take effect Nov. 16, according to a company
The firm will continue in its current form with Bradley Raaths
of DeWitt Ross & Stevens as managing partner and president,
according to the statement.
“Our expansion into the Twin Cities region is strategic and will
allow us to offer enhanced legal services to new and existing
clients in both regions, while maintaining the high quality of
legal services and cost-effective rates we currently offer,”
Raaths said. “We are extremely excited about our growth and the
opportunities this combination presents to both our attorneys
and our clients.”
Mackall, Crounse & Moore, founded in 1918, specializes in
corporate, banking, tax, estate planning, mining and litigation
practices. DeWitt Ross & Stevens, founded in 1903, is known for
its corporate, environmental, government relations, labor and
employment, litigation and intellectual property practices and
has offices in Brookfield and Madison.