DVG Law Partner LLC helps clients (in Wisconsin and across the U.S.) who are in disputes with large organizations. We enforce Employee Rights, Shareholder Rights, Contract Rights, Fraud Victim Rights, and Class Actions. Michael Brown is the founding attorney of DVG Law Partner. He has been recognized as a Rising Star in the Super Lawyers publication, has a “Superb” rating from Avvo, and has had several legal cases with prominent media coverage. DVG has value-based fees, partners effectively with clients, and leverages technology to reduce costs. If a matter requires the sharing of legal work and/or financial risk, DVG has alliances with excellent law firms in various States.
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- Gov & Administrative Law
- Civil Rights
- Consumer Law
- Appeals & Appellate
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DVG offers value-based fees, including contingency fees (typically 33.33%) or "hybrid" fee arrangements with reduced hourly and contingency fees (e.g. $100 per hour and 20% contingency). Please contact DVG about your matter. We never charge clients until we have assessed their situation, provided options and reached agreement about fees beforehand.
- University of Wisconsin - Madison
- University of Wisconsin Law School
- J.D. (2002)
- Honors: Deans List - 4 semesters; Academic Achievement Award (Highest Course Grade) - 3 awards
- State Bar of Wisconsin # 1041753
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- Q. do we need a lawyer to read wisconsin contract before signing? what is the charge to do so?
- A: There is risk in signing a contract without having an attorney review it. How much risk depends in large part on the financial value or importance of the contract, and of course what the contract says. Attorneys commonly charge an hourly rate to review and discuss a contract, which on average I'd say ranges from $150-$400 per hour. If you get an attorney, you can ask upfront if they have experience with the particular type of contract at issue, and ask for an estimate of the time and cost a review of your contract would involve.