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Ruder Ware recently promoted Jeremy Welch to shareholder. Mr. Welch concentrates his practice in business and commercial law, including commercial financing, mergers and acquisitions, creditors’ rights, and general business law.
Matthew Rowe, chair of Ruder Ware’s Business Transactions practice group states, “Jeremy’s commitment to the firm and dedication to our clients is deserving of his promotion to shareholder. Over the course of his eight-year tenure with the firm, Jeremy’s contributions have been significant, and we look forward to the leadership he will bring as shareholder.”
Mr. Welch is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School. In addition to his legal practice, he is involved in a number of civic organizations, including service as a board member for both the United Way of Marathon County and the Woodson YMCA.
Ruder Ware’s Business Transactions practice group advises businesses of all sizes in a wide range of areas. Among other services, Ruder Ware attorneys assist with the sale and acquisition of businesses, provide tax counseling to businesses and individuals, and advise clients with regard to all aspects of business transactions. The firm has extensive experience in the negotiation and preparation of commercial loan documentation and the representation of lenders and other creditors in workouts and bankruptcy proceedings. Additionally, Ruder Ware is one of the few Wisconsin law firms with attorneys who practice in the areas of securities and employee benefits.