Maggie Cook is a member of Godfrey & Kahn’s Litigation Practice Group and practices in the firm’s Milwaukee office.
Maggie represents a broad range of clients in a variety of complex commercial disputes including: labor and employment litigation, financial services litigation, real estate and construction litigation, contract actions, and business torts. Maggie has litigated in state and federal trial and appellate courts and before various administrative agencies.
Maggie maintains an active labor and employment litigation practice. She has experience representing businesses in discrimination, retaliation, wage and hour, non-compete, and trade secret theft matters.
Maggie also has significant experience representing mortgage lenders and servicers in complex residential foreclosure actions. Her recent work includes assisting with work-outs, defending counterclaims filed in response to foreclosure, and obtaining affirmation of foreclosure judgments on appeal.
Maggie graduated cum laude from the University of Wisconsin Law School. While in law school, Maggie served as a student attorney in the Criminal Appeals Clinic gaining hands-on experience arguing post-conviction motions and writing appellate briefs. Prior to law school, Maggie worked for one year at a law firm in Illinois where she handled various condominium and homeowner association matters. She also worked for two and one half years at Godfrey & Kahn as a litigation paralegal.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Erin (Maggie) M. Cook