William Fitzhugh Fox

Shareholder

Firm founder William (Bill) Fox has developed the firm into a premier provider of expert, cost-effective legal services.

Bill advises high net worth individuals and privately held businesses on business operations, business planning, business crisis management, business succession and estate planning. Representative clients operate in the soft drink bottling and manufacturing, light manufacturing, real estate development, franchising and advertising industries.

Bill’s specialized knowledge of Native American law was instrumental in developing Native American gaming in Milwaukee and the creation of the country’s first non-reservation trust land.

Business

Estate Planning

Named “Leader in the Law,” Wisconsin Law Journal

“Hall of Fame” award, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee, Inc.

“MVP” award, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee, Inc.

The Greater Milwaukee Foundation past Chairman

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee, Inc. Board member

Milwaukee County Research Park Corp. Board member

National Center for Housing Management (Washington, D.C.) Board member

Schlitz Audubon Nature Center Board member

The Circus World Museum Board member

The Great Circus Parade past Co-Chairman

Milwaukee Art Museum past Board member

Admitted, Wisconsin Supreme Court and all lower state courts

J.D., Marquette University Law School

B.A., Williams College, with honors

Milwaukee native Bill (widowed) lives in Fox Point, Wisconsin and enjoys spending time with his children and grandchildren, golfing, fishing and collecting historical circus posters.

One of Bill’s passions has been Wisconsin’s Great Circus Parade and its showcasing of original historical circus wagons. Formerly headed by Bill’s uncle, Chappie Fox, the parade was a state institution for decades, during which it was witnessed live by over 500,000 people and televised to a national audience.