Federal Court Litigation

Federal courts and federal cases have a unique complexity. Attorneys handling such cases need expertise and experience with federal litigation. Wisconsin’s Western District federal court is also a well-known “rocket docket,” with one of the fastest times to trial in the country. Consequently, an attorney who is unfamiliar with procedures and local practice will quickly fall behind.

Axley’s federal court litigation attorneys have been among the leaders in federal litigation for decades.  We use our expertise so clients can obtain all possible advantages available in federal court litigation. Our attorneys appear regularly on behalf of our clients in federal court at the trial and appellate court levels. Our attorneys have tried as many or more cases in the Western District as any firm in the state. Accordingly, we will provide the expert assistance needed in any federal case.

Our attorneys have served in bar leadership positions: we have the past presidents of the State Bar of Wisconsin and the Western District Bar Association among our ranks. No matter what type of matter brings you to federal court, you will be well represented by Axley.

Our federal court practice includes cases involving patent and trademark infringement, civil rights claims, constitutional claims, employment discrimination, wage and hour claims, harassment claims, Wisconsin Fair Dealership law claims and claims under numerous other state and federal laws.  Axley federal court litigation attorneys’ experience results in more effective representation for you.

Federal Court Litigation Attorneys

Client Successes

Federal Lawsuit Dismissal
Obtained dismissal of federal lawsuit against County by resident claiming unlawful repossession of vehicles
Insurance Coverage Dispute
Successfully represented trucking company in insurance coverage dispute and obtained an additional $2 million of coverage
Miller Act
Successfully represented business in Miller Act claim for collection of money owned for work performed on a federal construction project

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