Stafford Rosenbaum LLP has named Marney I. Hoefer to partner and Amie B. Trupke to senior partner positions. Both attorneys practice in the firm’s Madison office.
Ms. Hoefer’s practice focuses on environmental regulatory matters, governmental relations and energy with a particular emphasis on air and water issues. Prior to joining Stafford Rosenbaum, she was a staff attorney for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. She earned her law degree, cum laude, from the University of Wisconsin Law School and her M.S. in Land Resources Management from the University of Wisconsin. Her undergraduate degree is from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Ms. Hoefer is a member of Clean Lakes Alliance’s Economic Impact and Policy Committee.
Ms. Trupke’s practice focuses on property tax litigation and business litigation. In 2010, Ms. Trupke won a landmark case before the Wisconsin Supreme Court regarding the property taxation of condominiums. Saddle Ridge Corp. v. Board of Review for Town of Pacific, 2010 WI 47. She regularly presents seminars to municipal assessors and attorneys on property tax law. Ms. Trupke received her law degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School, cum laude, and her undergraduate degree, magna cum laude, is from Marquette University. Ms. Trupke serves as president of Wisconsin Adopt a Golden Retriever.
Chris Hughes, the firm’s Managing Partner, states, “We could not be more pleased with the professionalism and expertise that Amie and Marney bring to Stafford.”
With offices in Madison and Milwaukee, Stafford Rosenbaum LLP offers a full array of legal services to businesses, governments, and individuals, helping find solutions to legal problems. Additional information about the firm may be found at staffordlaw.com and on LinkedIn.