William H. Thedinga - Eau Claire, WI
William H. Thedinga Overview
Bill is a graduate of Harvard Law School, where he was president of Harvard Legal Aid Society. After practicing with a large Boston law firm, Bill returned to Wisconsin to practice law with his father in Menomonie under the firm name Thedinga Law Firm. In 2003, the practice of Thedinga Law Firm merged with Weld, Riley, Prenn & Ricci, S.C.
Bill represents a wide range of business clients in connection with formation and structuring of business entities, mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructuring and business dispositions. In his practice, Bill represents cooperative businesses across Wisconsin, including electric and telephone cooperatives, credit unions, farm supply cooperatives and the only cooperative-owned ethanol business in Wisconsin.
Bill is member of the Board of Directors and a charter member of the Wisconsin Bar's Energy and Telecommunications Law Section. He is also a charter member of the Electric Cooperative Bar Association.
Bill has been an instructor in the clinical practice course at the University of Wisconsin Law School in the area of estate administration. He is author of the leading article on Wisconsin statutory powers of attorney.
Bill is admitted to practice in the federal district court for the Western District of Wisconsin, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.
Bill is a former corporation counsel for Dunn County and a former attorney for numerous villages and towns.
Bill is active in a number of community organizations. He is a past President and current member of the board of directors of Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts. He is also the President and a member of the board of directors of the Free Clinic of the Greater Menomonie Area.
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