Christopher M. Kloth

Christopher M. Kloth primarily counsels clients on a broad range of labor and employment issues.  In addition, Chris regularly represents clients with debt collection and real estate claims.

Chris believes that the most important tenet in addressing a client’s legal problem is ensuring that all of a client’s needs have been satisfied.  A corollary to this rule is that such representation must also be cost-effective.  As such, Chris addresses each and every legal issue, while ensuring that a client sustains minimum legal costs.

Some of Chris’ recent experience includes:

Education
Hamline University School of Law

Bar Admissions
Wisconsin

Court Admissions
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin
U.S. District Court, Western District of Wisconsin

Professional and Civic Activities
State Bar of Wisconsin
State Bar of Wisconsin – Young Lawyers Association
Milwaukee Employment Lawyers Association
National Employment Lawyers Association

Selected Publications
Contributing author: “Minimize the Tax Consequences of Divorce in Minnesota – and Avoid Costly Surprises Later,” Minnesota CLE publication (2005)
Contributing author: “Employee and Union Member Guide to Labor Law,” National Lawyers Guild (2009, 2010, and 2011)