Ask a Question or Make an Appointment
Tuesday, 20 September 2016 16:47

Historic Oshkosh Law Firm to Open New Office in Green Bay Area

GREEN BAY, WI (August 21, 2016) -- Dempsey Law Firm, LLP, a full service law firm, today announced its opening of a new satellite office located at 2079 Lawrence Drive, Suite C, on the west side of De Pere, WI.

"With its rich history and dynamic business growth, Green Bay was our first choice for this new location," states Peter J. Culp, a longtime Partner at Dempsey Law.

"We've been wanting to expand our practice for some time; I can think of no better person than Dan Hurst to establish our Green Bay area office," adds Culp.

Attorney Daniel J. Hurst recently joined the Dempsey Law Firm as a Partner and will practice full time in the new location. Hurst will focus on civil litigation with an emphasis on construction and commercial litigation and insurance and contract disputes. Hurst has extensive first chair jury trial experience as well as expertise in dispute resolution through arbitration and mediation.

The Dempsey Law home office is located in Oshkosh, WI, and its practice areas include business law, estate planning, civil litigation, employment, construction and probate law.


About Dempsey Law Firm, LLP

Founded in 1849, Dempsey Law Firm, LLP is one of Wisconsin's oldest continuously operated law firms with  offices conveniently located in Oshkosh and Green Bay, Wisconsin. A full-service law firm, Dempsey Law is comprised of skillful trial lawyers and experienced general practitioners representing a broad array of individuals and financial, commercial, banking, service, manufacturing, publishing, educational, charitable and municipal enterprises throughout Wisconsin. Attorneys at Dempsey Law are committed to, and have a proud tradition of, providing sophisticated, creative and cost-effective solutions for its clients.  For more information, or to schedule a confidential consultation with an experienced member of the Dempsey Law Firm legal team, please call 920.235.7300 or visit

Last modified on Friday, 04 November 2016 02:27