Client-focused. Result Driven.
Experienced Civil Litigation Lawyers
At La Fleur Law, we have experience handling a wide range of civil cases in state and federal courts throughout Wisconsin and consulting on cases outside of Wisconsin. We have built a reputation for excellence in handling cases in all stages of litigation. Client references available upon request.
Attorney La Fleur is a Board Certified Civil Trial Specialist by the NBTA. She and her team have tried numerous jury trials involving personal injury, product liability, fire, eminent domain, abuse of process, real estate misrepresentation, probate, and more.
Family law includes divorce, collaborative divorce, post-judgment issues, custody, placement, restraining orders, and marital property agreements.
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
ADR involves alternative legal processes such as mediation and arbitration that allow for settlement outside of court, typically saving both parties time and money.
“I was able to witness Catherine in action, as a jury member on a trial where she served as defense counsel. Her professionalism and expertise were evident from the start. She managed to present the extensive facts and witnesses clearly, and treated all parties with the utmost respect.”
– Lisa B
Catherine La Fleur
Owner, NBTA Certified Civil Trial Expert
Attorney Catherine La Fleur specializes in civil litigation, family law and mediation. She is a Board Certified Civil Trial Specialist by the NBTA. She is an adjunct professor of law at Marquette since 2001. She is a member of NAMWOLF and WBENC. She was the Wisconsin Bar’s Chair of the Litigation Board, served two terms on the Bar’s Board of Governors, and was an elected member of Wisconsin Judicial Council for six years. She also received her mediation training from Harvard Law School’s Program of Instruction for Lawyers.
In 2014, Ms. La Fleur participated in the Joint Legislative Council’s Study Committee on the Transfer of Structured Settlements. She spent six years on the Special Preliminary Review Committee of the Office of Lawyer Regulation. In 2016, she was appointed by Justice Roggensack to a committee formed to study the Office of Lawyer Regulation.
COVID-19 Update: As the situation with the global outbreak of COVID-19 is ever-changing, the safety and health of our clients and attorneys is of utmost importance. We are open for business, working remotely and through Zoom/conference calling. We also meet with clients at our Milwaukee and Sussex offices with masks and social distancing.
Courts are accepting legal filings, and some courts require in-person appearances. Our attorneys, paralegals, law clerks and office administrator are all accessible and ready to help with your legal issues.