Sandy Swartzberg is a partner in our Milwaukee office. Sandy’s practice focuses on closely held businesses and all issues related to family-owned enterprises including estate planning. He is skilled in mergers and acquisitions, business structures, and business agreements of all kinds. A corporate strategist, Mr. Swartzberg’s acumen includes serving as general counsel for a national trades association, and as a director of four for-profit businesses and three nonprofit businesses. In addition to his business expertise, Sandy is an IT pioneer in the legal field and has been working with IT companies for over 37 years. He was one of the first to recognize that IT requires not only knowledge of the law but a knowledge of IT, computers, and how they work together.
With an admittedly better aim in courts than on golf courses, Mr. Swartzberg also digs into politics and art, as well as issues covering technology, science, and health. He is a 32 year member of the Parkland Kiwanis, four-time President and has been awarded the Kiwanis “Man of the Year” award three times.
Representative Matters and Experience
- 2011 winner of the Midwest Business Brokers and Intermediaries Collaboration Award for his work on the sale of Armitage & Associates.
- Has taught legal research at an area college and is a frequent lecturer and instructor to lawyers on the topics of business and technology.
- A former court commissioner for Milwaukee County.
- Additionally, he is a member of the CEO Roundtable and the Council of Small Business Executives.
- Received national acclaim for recent presentation on the topic of Advanced Mergers and Acquisitions entitled “Secrets that Great Lawyers Know”.
- Co-author of Wisconsin Business Advisor Series, Vol. 9: General Business Issues – Obtaining Financing, and editor of the non-profit handbook.
- Founder, director and treasurer of the Wisconsin Business Consortium.
- Founder and member of the Business Growth Advisors.
- Awarded the Midwest Business Brokers and Intermediaries Collaboration Awards for Rollefson Trochlell & Associates and for the Noyce/Thomas Transition in May of 2014.