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REX CAPWELL, American Lawyer, Partner of CAPWELL AND BERTHELSEN, specializing in the field of Civil Trials. Insurance, Malpractice. Products Liability, Toxic Torts, Labor and Securities Litigation. Corporation. Governmental, Probate, Real Estate and Tax Law.

Background

CAPWELL, REX was born in 1925 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States.

Education

University of Wisconsin (Bachelor of Arts, 1945. Bachelor of Laws, 1948).

Career

Working as a partner of CAPWELL - BERTHELSEN. REX CAPWELL, bom Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1925. Admitted to bar, 1948, Wisconsin. Education: University of Wisconsin (Bachelor of Arts, 1945.

Bachelor of Laws, 1948). Author: "American Bar Association Approach to Legal Specialization," Wisconsin Bar Bulletin 23, August, 1969. "Flexible Experience Scale in Determination of Legal Fees," Wisconsin Bar Bulletin 17, June, 1970.

"Legal and Practical Problems Arising from Subrogation Clauses," 54 Marquette Law Review 255, 1971. Lecturer on Law and Insurance, Dominican College, 1957-1966 and University of Wisconsin Law School, 1980-1988. Board Chairman: Gateway Technical Institute, State of Wisconsin, Racine, Kenosha and Walworth Counties, 1982-1984.

Racine Area Manufacturers and Commerce, 1984-1988. Member:; Admitted to the bar, 1948, Wisconsin.

Works

  • Other Work

    • "American Bar Association Approach to Legal Specialization," Wisconsin Bar Bulletin 23, August, 1969. "Flexible Experience Scale in Determination of Legal Fees," Wisconsin Bar Bulletin 17, June, 1970. "Legal and Practical Problems Arising from Subrogation Clauses," 54 Marquette Law Review 255.

      1971. Lecturer on Law and Insurance, Dominican College, 1957-1966 and University of Wisconsin Law School, 1980-1988.

Membership

Racine County, Milwaukee County and American Bar Associations. Bar Association of the Seventh Federal Circuit. State Bar of Wisconsin (Member, Board of Governors, 1966-1970).

Toxic Tort Litigation, Investment Litigation Law, Directors and Officers Liability Law.