Stuart G. Mondschein
Stu Mondschein practices across the firm’s practice groups.
He has been involved in litigation and consultation relating to primary distribution and transmission systems on a range of liability, risk management and operational issues including rights of way, procurement and transportation agreements, distributed generation, fires, accidents, metering, and other operational and liability matters.
Stu has been lead or associated counsel for many Stray Voltage cases in Wisconsin as well as other states across the country for Cooperatives and IOUs since the 1980’s.
- Member, University of Wisconsin Health Sciences Institutional Review Board (Non-affiliated reviewer for human subject research: 2012-2013; October 2014 to January 2017).
- Member, University of Wisconsin School of Letters and Sciences Animal Care and Use Committee (Non-affiliated research protocol reviewer: 1997-2005).
- Recognized since 2003 by Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™ as a Top Rated® Lawyers-AV® Preeminent™ Guide to Civil Litigation and Business Law.
- Author: Current Perspective on the Role and Needs of IACUC Unaffiliated Members, Lab Animal, July 2007.
- Author: Use of Teleconferencing in the Courtroom, Wisconsin Lawyer, July 1997.
- University of Wisconsin Law School, cum laude.
- University of Wisconsin, Madison, B.S., Education.
- Completed Mediation Skills Training, Northwestern University School of Continuing Studies, Chicago, Illinois.
- Admitted to practice in Wisconsin, U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin, U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, other courts nationally on pro hac vice basis.