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Clayton L. Riddle - Milwaukee Office

Areas of Practice/Concentration
- Personal Injury
- Transportation Accidents
- Products Liability
- Professional Liability
- Civil Rights, Discrimination, and ADA Litigation
- Subrogation/Third Party Recovery
- Appellate Representation

Education
- Marquette University Law School J.D., 1994
- Australian National University M.A., 1989
- Yale University B.A., 1985

Professional Achievements
- AV rated by Martindale Hubbell
- Member, Wisconsin Defense Counsel
- American Bar Association SONREEL Writing Award, Fall 1994
- Lead Articles Editor, Marquette Law Review, 1993-1994
- American Jurisprudence Award, Spring 1993
- Law School Award for Academic Achievement, Fall 1993
- Rotary Foundation Scholarship, Graduate Award Winner, 1987-88

Professional Affiliations
- Yale Alumni Undergraduate Schools Committee, Regional Interviewer, 1987-present
- State of Wisconsin Office of Lawyer Regulation, District II Investigative Committee Member, 1997-2006

Publications
- Author, "Protecting the Grand Canyon National Park from Glen Canyon Dam: Environmental Law at its Worst." 77 Marq. L. Rev. 115 (1993)
- Master's Thesis, The Problem of the Philippines for U.S. Southeast Asian Security Policy (Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, 1989).

Admissions
- All Wisconsin State Courts
- United States Court of Appeals, 7th Circuit
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin
Member, The Harmonie Group - Wisconsin Firm Liaison

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Appellate Decisions

Court of Appeals


Aetna Cas. and Surety Co. v. Owen, 191 Wis.2d 744, 530 N.W.2d 51 (Ct. App. 1995) (Held that the pendency of an insured's action does not toll the statute of limitations for an insurer's independent subrogated claim arising out of an occurrence that caused the injury to the insured.)

Reif v. Automotive Trucking Services, Inc., 316 Wis.2d 355, 2009 WI App 21, 763 N.W.2d 247 (Litigation, applicability of the exclusive remedy provision of the Workers Compensation Act.)