Robert J. Ollman, Jr.

Associate

Robert J. Ollman, Jr. practices in the firm’s business group.

Robert is involved in all aspects of a business’ operations, from determining the proper entity structure, to drafting organizational articles, operating agreements and other governing documents, to maintaining the entity’s status. In addition to addressing employment issues, Robert drafts and reviews operational documents, including commercial leases and sales contracts.

Robert also performs due diligence, including title policy, UCC, lien, tax and judgment reviews for commercial transactions.

Business

Commercial

COVID-19

Real Estate

Represented a Wisconsin company in a contract dispute. Successfully obtained a default judgment for $66,000.

Represented a Wisconsin company in a contract dispute. Successfully obtained a default judgment for $76,000.

Assisted a Wisconsin company in $58 million acquisition.

Assisted a Wisconsin company in $88 million acquisition.

Assisted a Wisconsin company in $16 million refinancing transaction.

Assisted a Wisconsin company in $13 million refinancing transaction.

Represented a commercial lender in foreclosure action, successfully obtaining a judgment of foreclosure, sale and confirmation.

Sports Law Certificate, National Sports Law Institute

Participant, Jenkins Honors Moot Court Competition

Marquette Sports Law Review

Recipient, Marquette University Law School “CALI” award

Clerkship, MillerCoors

Internship, NCAA

Internship, NIKE

Milwaukee Young Lawyers Association Board member

Admitted, Wisconsin Supreme Court and all lower state courts

Admitted, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin

J.D., Marquette University Law School

B.A., North Dakota State University (Political Science and Philosophy – Humanities)

A Mequon, Wisconsin native, Robert enjoys working out, spending time with family and friends, reading, and watching the NDSU football team. Having played on two national championship football teams while at North Dakota State University, Go Bison!