Accountant takes executive post at Weiss Berzowski Brady

Eric Breese, a certified public accountant, has joined the Milwaukee office of Weiss Berzowski Brady as the law firm’s first chief administrative officer.
The newly created role will encompass administrative, human resources, technology and financial roles.
"Eric’s experience as vice president of operations at Allied Computer and his years as an accounting professional provide added depth to our firm, and allow our attorneys to concentrate on our clients’ ever-increasing needs," said Scott Fleming, a member of the firm’s management committee.
Breese is a graduate of Lakeland College, with a bachelor’s degree in 1991, and gained a master’s degree in business administration from Cardinal Stritch University in 1996.
He received his certified public accounting certificate from the state of Wisconsin in 1993. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants, where he has served on several committees.
Breese is also a member and former secretary of the Institute of Management Consultants; a member of the St. Patrick School Board in Elkhorn; a member of the adjunct faculty teaching cost accounting at Lakeland College; and has been a Junior Achievement classroom volunteer.
Weiss Berzowski Brady is a 48-year-old law firm with offices in downtown Milwaukee and Delafield. The firm offers a wide array of legal services to both corporate and individual clients.
Weiss Berzowski Brady has substantial corporate, taxation, estate planning, employment, employee benefits, litigation, environmental and real estate practices.

Jan. 9, 2004 Small Business Times, Milwaukee

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