Nicole Stine – Manager of Client Relations
September 25, 2014
(Madison, Wis.) – Axley is pleased to announce the addition of two attorneys to its Madison office today.
Joining Axley’s Litigation Practice Group, Attorney Jeremy R. Lange is well-versed in civil litigation matters, including breach of contract; municipal liability; construction defects; and professional errors and omissions. He previously worked at a civil litigation firm in Green Bay, Wisconsin – representing individuals, businesses, insurers and municipalities in all aspects of litigation.
After graduating cum laude from the University of Wisconsin Law School, Mr. Lange served as a staff attorney for the Dane County Circuit Court, where he furthered his knowledge in commercial law and insurance law complexities. In addition to performing legal research and writing tasks for various judges, Mr. Lange drafted decisions and orders on a variety of issues, such as summary judgment, evidentiary challenges and appeals of administrative agency rulings.
Mr. Lange also worked as a summer associate at a Cleveland, Ohio-based law firm, completing a pro bono research project for the Anti-Defamation League, and collaborating with attorneys on matters pertaining to international business; trusts and estates; and intellectual property.
Attorney Eric R. Hunt will join Axley’s Litigation Practice Group, as well, bringing extensive experience in civil and criminal matters. While attending Duke University School of Law, Mr. Hunt worked as a legal extern in the Criminal Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of North Carolina, where he argued on behalf of the Government in several detainment and detention hearings; advanced his trial preparation skills; and routinely appeared on initial appearance docket calls and at sentencing hearings.
Mr. Hunt has held multiple positions in the Missouri State Public Defender System. Through his most recent internship, he served as second-chair on a felony jury trial. He also wrote, argued, and won a response to the State’s motion in limine, resulting in a charge dismissal. Prior to the internship, Mr. Hunt interned for the Honorable Cindy Martin, drafting judicial opinions on civil and criminal cases for the Court of Appeals.
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