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DAVID CHARTIER, American Lawyer, Partner of KOHNER, MANN & KAILAS, S.C., specializing in the field of Practice in both Stale and Federal Courts concentrating in the laws of Business and Banking, Commercial Collection. Litigation, Creditors Rights, Federal Bankruptcy, State Insolvency, Real Estate, EmployerEmployee, Agriculture, Appeals.

Background

Chartier, David S. was born on March 21, 1942 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States.

Education

University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee (Bachelor of Arts, 1966). Marquette University (Juris Doctor, 1970). Phi Alpha Delta.

Career

Worked at Kohner, Mann & Kailas, S.C. (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) specializing in Practice as Creditors' Counsel concentrating in the laws of commercial business and banking, commercial collection, secured transactions, trials and litigation, commercial leasing, creditors' rights, commercial construction and real estate, federal bankruptcy and state insolvency, employer--employee relations, agriculture, appeals, alternate dispute resolution. Admitted to the bar, 1970, Wisconsin and United States. District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin.

Phi Alpha Delta. Author: Comment, "Arbitration: Uninsured Motorist Endorsement," Marquette Law Review, Volume 55, pg. 411. City Attorney, City of Lancaster, Wisconsin, 1973-1975. Member: State Bar of Wisconsin (Member, Bankruptcy, Insolvency and Creditors' Rights Section).

Commercial Law League of America. Kohner, Mann & Kailas, S.C., was founded in 1935 by Marvin L. Kohner. From its inception, it specialized in the representation of commercial creditors, secured and unsecured.

It has evolved as a highly-specialized firm representing the interests of creditors in any respect and in any legal forum and environment. The firm has a national "presence" to the extent that many of its business clients utilize its services to promote and protect their interests as creditors throughout the 50 states and parts of the world as may be required. The firm is also available for foreign commercial collections, litigation and creditor representation and protection.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Comment, "Arbitration: Uninsured Motorist Endorsement," Marquette Law Review, Volume 55, pg. 411. City Attorney, City of Lancaster, Wisconsin, 1973-1975.

Membership

Member: State Bar of Wisconsin (Member, Bankruptcy, Insolvency and Creditors' Rights Section). Commercial Law League of America.