Nick Castronovo is a member of the Litigation and Risk Management Practice Group. His practice focuses on commercial and business litigation including contract and lease disputes, construction and property damage claims, OSHA counseling and citation defense, and general civil litigation matters.
Nick helps clients understand the different strategies and potential outcomes available at the beginning of each dispute, appreciates and strongly advocates his clients’ interests at each stage of the litigation, and recognizes creative and positive resolutions to meet his clients’ goals. For example, Nick utilizes this approach when he assists with the handling of a national transportation company’s common carrier claims and accident investigation situations.
Prior to joining von Briesen, Nick worked in all three branches of government. He served as an intern for the Wisconsin Governor’s Office of Legal Counsel, for Justice David Prosser of the Wisconsin Supreme Court and for United States Congressman James Sensenbrenner. His experience relative to government affairs includes analyzing state constitutional law, evaluating disclosures pursuant to Wisconsin’s open records law, assessing compliance with Wisconsin’s open meeting law, assisting with the state administrative rulemaking process, and analyzing legislative history.
During law school, Nick interned at the Wisconsin Department of Justice and was an active member of both the UW Law School’s Moot Court Board and Mock Trial Team.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Nicholas D. Castronovo