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Lawyer

JOSEPH MAIER, American Lawyer, Partner of McNIFF & PATTON, specializing in the field of Civil Trial Practice before all State and Federal Courts and Agencies. Products Liability, Personal Injury, Bankruptcy (creditor), Corporate, Business, Real Estate, Natural Resources, Probate, Trusts and Estate Planning Law.

Background

MAIER, JOSEPH was born on November 6, 1920 in Sheridan, Wyoming, United States.

Education

Compton Junior College (Associate of Arts, 1940). University of Wyoming (Juris Doctor, with honor, 1947). Member, Board of Editors, Wyoming Law Journal, 1945-1947.

District Judge, First Judicial District, 1973-1987. City Attorney, Torrington, Wyoming, 1950-1972. Member, since 1974, Chairman, 19761988, Wyoming Supreme Court Permanent Rules Advisory Committee.

Member, Wyoming Supreme Court Special Ad Hoc Committee on Contingent Fees and Discovery, 1976-1978.

Career

AUS, active duty, 1942-1945. United States Army Reserve, 19481967. Wyoming ARNG, Staff Judge Advocate, 1967-1974.

Colonel Judge Advocate General's Corps, Retired Reserve, 1974—. Working as a partner of McNIFF & PATTON. Admitted to the bar, 1947, Wyoming and United States. District Court, District of Wyoming.

Major clients of JOSEPH MAIER: First Wyoming Banks. First Wyoming Bancorporation. C-21 Bell Realty; Bell Frontier.

Insurance Agency; Cheyenne Airport Board. First American Title Guaranty Agency of Cheyenne. Citibank; John Deere.

Federal Land Bank, References: First Wyoming Bank-East. First Wyoming Bank-North. First Wyoming Bank N.A., Cheyenne.

Membership

Laramie County and American Bar Associations. Wyoming State Bar (Member: Civil Pattern Jury Instruction Committee, 1978-1981. Criminal Pattern Jury Instruction Committee, 1976-1978).

International Academy of Trial Judges (President, 1991). Fellow, American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. [AUS, active duty, 1942-1945.

United States Army Reserve, 1948-1967. Wyoming ARNG, Staff Judge Advocate, 1967-1974. Colonel Judge Advocate General's Corps, Retired Reserve, 1974—].