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Maddin Hauser Adds Associate Kevin M. Henry to its Corporate and Real Estate Practice Groups

Maddin Hauser is pleased to announce that Kevin M. Henry has joined the firm’s Corporate and Real Estate Practice Groups as an associate.

The announcement was made by the firm’s President and CEO, Steven D. Sallen. “Clients appreciate Kevin’s attentive, thoughtful and can-do approach to solving corporate and real estate problems. We are very happy and fortunate to have him join our firm,” said Sallen.

Henry represents businesses of all types and sizes on a wide range of corporate matters, including company formation, asset and stock deals, buy-sell agreements and succession planning. He has particular experience working with business startups, franchisees, physicians and other professional associations.

Henry also advises clients in real estate matters, including acquisitions and sales, leasing, finance and development. He specializes in multi-family housing development, having assisted in the acquisition and financing of multiple student housing projects.

In 2014, Henry was recognized by the Wisconsin Law Journal as an Up and Coming Lawyer, a designation that recognizes promising attorneys who have handled challenging legal issues, taken steps to improve the justice system and contributed to their communities. He has served as a director on multiple professional and public service boards, including the Dane County (Wisconsin) Bar Association, the Exchange Club of Sun Prairie (Wisconsin), and the Society of Financial Service Professionals.

Henry earned his undergraduate degree from St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota, where he majored in political science and Spanish. While at St. John’s, he was the Chairman of the Judicial Board of the Student Senate and a linebacker for the football team. Upon graduation from St. John’s, Henry joined Teach for America and taught Second Grade on a Navajo Indian Reservation in New Mexico. He then earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Wisconsin Law School. Henry is admitted to practice law in Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin.
 
 
 
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