Lommen Abdo’s Brent Johnson was among 23 attorneys spotlighted by the Wisconsin Law Journal as individuals who consistently give their best to their clients, to the administration of justice, and to the organizations they enrich through their outside efforts. He was selected as one of the Wisconsin Law Journal’s 2010 Leaders in the Law.

In an interview with the Journal, Brent stated that he is proud to have become a “Main Street lawyer.” By that, he means he finds it extremely rewarding to walk down Main Street in Hudson and to contemplate the businesses there that he represents and their growth and success over the years.

“When I started practicing 14 years ago, my clients were typically just getting started in their businesses, too,” he says. “My forte is building connections between people and businesses, to benefit each other and the community at large. I play the role of counselor at law, and seek to resolve disputes creatively and efficiently, much more often these days than I ever used to…”

Brent is a Lommen Abdo shareholder, practicing in its Hudson office, in the areas of real estate, business formation and operations, the purchase and sale of businesses, construction law, land use and zoning and creditors’ remedies. He is admitted to practice in both Wisconsin and Minnesota. He is actively involved in his community as vice president of the Kinnickinnic River Land Trust, president of the Little Butternut Lake Association in Luck, Wisconsin, and has been a member of the Hudson Daybreak Rotary and volunteer for local organizations such as the Hudson Community Fund, YMCA and the St. Croix Scenic Coalition. He has formed and represents several 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit organizations.

Lommen Abdo’s strength comes from having attorneys like Brent Johnson! Join us in congratulating him for his selection as a 2010 Wisconsin Leader in the Law.