Tom Hornig is a Shareholder in the Madison Office and chairs the firm’s eminent domain and outdoor advertising sections. He deals with takings in all forms including actual takes, regulatory takes and all other related matters. His work in outdoor advertising includes all issues involving on- and off-premises signs. He recently handled cases that made new law on several aspects of takings, outdoor advertising and property taxation in the appellate courts, including the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Tom speaks nationally on outdoor advertising legal issues and represents the Outdoor Advertising Association of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Sign Association. He recently authored a section of a published sign symposium treatise on outdoor advertising. He has also written for the Wisconsin Lawyer magazine, has been listed many years as a Wisconsin Super Lawyer®, and is A/V rated by Martindale-Hubbell.
Tom is active in many community organizations. He served as Chair of the Board of Trustees for First United Methodist Church in downtown Madison and played bass trombone in the Blessed Brass. He is past President of the Janesville Kiwanis Club and is a member of the Madison Downtown Kiwanis Club; led the Brass Choir and Handbell Choir at Cargill United Methodist Church, and is a past Foundation President there. For over 20 years he was a director of the Cedar Crest Retirement Complex and served two terms as President of the Board. He is a past director of Forward Foundation, Inc. and Forward Janesville.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Thomas S. Hornig