International Practice Section Blog
September 08, 2016
International Practice Section Board Member Profile: Adam Konrad
Meet Adam Konrad. He speaks German, and helps his German and Swiss clients with commercial operations in the U.S. And he has served since 2009 on the International Practice Section Board.
Jennifer H. Jin
Adam R. Konrad
The volunteer lawyers of your member-elected board dedicate their talents, time, and energy to raise the awareness and profile of the State Bar of Wisconsin International Practice Section. The International Practice Section is unique in that it includes a wide range of experts, in everything from M&A to intellectual property, from contracts to immigration, and whose interests, including international education, are as diverse as the world itself.
Board member Adam R. Konrad (Cornell 2005) is a shareholder in the Milwaukee and Chicago offices of Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren. He advises foreign and domestic companies, private equity investors, and entrepreneurs in a wide range of industries on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, commercial contracting and international tax matters.
Jennifer Jin, Notre Dame 2008, provides compliance, audit defense, and litigation services to companies relating to taxes and international trade as a member of Husch Blackwell’s Technology, Manufacturing & Transportation team in Milwaukee.
Adam speaks German and devotes a significant part of his practice to helping German and Swiss clients establish and manage their operations in the U.S. In addition to regularly meeting with clients in Germany, he previously interned with the Berlin offices of a large international law firm and the Bundeszentralamt für Steuern/German Federal Central Tax Office as part of a Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship.
Adam has served on the International Practice Section Board since 2009.
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