Foley Elects New Partners in Madison

01 February 2007 Media Contact: Dan Farrell News

Firm Announces Three Attorneys Promoted To Partnership.

Foley announced today that three of the firm’s senior counsel in its Madison office have been elected to partnership.

The new partners include:

Paul S. Hunter is a member of the Intellectual Property Department, the Electronics and Mechanical & Electromechanical Technologies Practices, and the Emerging Technologies, Insurance and Nanotechnology Industry Teams. His technical experience includes a wide range of electronics and computer technologies, including telecom, computer software/hardware, Internet applications, semiconductor devices and processes, e-commerce, electromagnetics, motors and “business methods.”

Carl R. Kugler is a member of the Business Law Department and the Commercial Transactions & Business Counseling, Transactional & Securities and International Practices. His practice includes experience with a variety of general corporate and commercial transactions, including domestic and international product distribution matters, mergers and acquisitions, contract law and financing transactions.

Michael D. Leffel is a member of the Litigation Department and the firm’s General Commercial Litigation and Appellate Practices. He has represented clients in complex commercial litigation matters in state and federal courts around the country and before various regulatory agencies and in congressional investigations. He has served as counsel in three cases on the merits and as counsel for amicus curiae in a number of other cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Foley & Lardner LLP provides the full range of corporate legal counsel. Our attorneys understand today’s most complex business issues, including corporate governance, securities enforcement, litigation, mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property counseling and litigation, outsourcing and information technology, labor and employment, and tax. The firm offers total solutions in the automotive, emerging technologies, energy, entertainment and media, financial services, food, golf and resort services, insurance, health care, life sciences, nanotechnology, and sports industries.