Our Work

We represent clients in their most significant and complex litigation around the country. Our lawyers have prosecuted and defended cases in nearly every state across the country, securing winning verdicts from Maui to Maine and many places in-between.

Our Credentials

Our attorneys are recognized nationally for our skills, achievements, and results.

When it comes to high-stakes cases, it’s all about skill, not size.

After a series of trial victories involving professional liability, food safety, and false advertising, the National Law Journal named GWM to its Litigation Boutique Hot List, recognizing that “small and scrappy seems to pay off.”

Our attorneys have achieved nearly every recognition available to civil trial attorneys. For instance…

For many years, Chambers & Partners has ranked GWM and certain members among the best trial lawyers in Wisconsin. For instance, Ralph Weber is described in Chambers as “very thoughtful, top-notch and outstanding,” admire his “command of a courtroom” and note “He is the calm in a storm.”

U.S. News & World Report has named GWM among its best law firms for the past several years, and identified Ralph Weber as the “Lawyer of the Year” for Bet-the-Company Litigation in Milwaukee.

Our lawyers have been named Super Lawyers, AV-Preeminent, and listed in the Best Lawyers in America.

Our attorneys are involved in the leading national trial lawyer organizations, such as The Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel, the American College of Trial Lawyers, the International Association of Defense Counsel, and the Litigation Counsel of America.

Our attorneys routinely teach other lawyers in these organizations. For example, David Turek has been selected as associate Dean of the LCA’s Trial Law Institute and is responsible for teaching a curriculum aimed at making the best trial lawyers even better.

News

We continue to make headlines around the country

Our Accolades

We obtain a significant number of cases via referrals from other attorneys who appreciate the skills we bring to the courtroom.

In an era when trials are getting rarer, most lawyers can't actually try a case anymore... but you best believe the lawyers at Gass Weber Mullins can.

– Competitor quoted in Benchmark Litigation

Dedicated trial firm with a strong bench of highly experienced attorneys.

– 2016 Chambers USA

Your team is the “A-Team” of trials. My firm could only hope to coordinate a trial with the cohesiveness you guys have.

– New Jersey LCA Fellow

Honestly, I think Friday was the single most productive and valuable time I’ve ever spent at a conference in terms of skill development and big picture thinking. It was all that good. Thank you again. I know that you guys put a lot of thought and effort into what you do for us and I really appreciated it.

– Massachusetts LCA Fellow

A great litigation boutique with a lot of terrific attorneys

– Reviewer Comment from Chambers & Partners

Large enough to have the resources you need to throw at a problem, and small enough so I can pick up the phone at any time and speak to whoever I need to…I turn to them for my most serious complicated matters.

– General Counsel of Firm Client

They’ve got a unique, powerful way of putting on evidence.

– Vice President of National Insurer

They were a well-oiled machine.

– Reviewer Comment from Chambers & Partners

The best civil trial lawyer I know.

– General Counsel of national insurance company praising Ric Gass

Our Service

We welcome the vital role attorneys play in the community, including the representation of pro bono clients, assisting in matters of public importance, and supporting non-profit organizations.

Contact Us

Milwaukee

241 North Broadway, Suite 300
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202

p: (414) 223 3300

f: (414) 224 6116

Our logo is inspired by a statue that stands outside Columbia Law School. The statue, “Tightrope Walker” by Kees Verkade, is dedicated to General William J. Donovan, one of the founders of our country’s intelligence services. We believe it captures a trial lawyer’s work — walking the tightrope of risk, carrying the client, with the client providing the direction.