News & Updates
Attorney Humphrey appeared on behalf of the Town of Forest, Vernon County, Wisconsin to present the Town's position before the Wisconsin Supreme Court on September 25, 2018, (decision pending). You can watch Attorney Humphrey in action here. His argument starts around minute forty-five of the video.
We are honored to annouce that Attorney Tim Homar has been elected to serve as Sauk Prairie Area Chamber of Commerce President for 2017. He has served on the Board for five years and looks forward to continuing to make Sauk Prairie a great place to live, play, and work alongside many other dedicated and passionate people in the community.
Construction is underway on the City of Platteville's Library Block development project! Attorney Steve Roy, with the assistance of Attorney Tim Homar, guided the City of Platteville through many up, down, and sideways twists and turns as this project and its complex financing took shape and came to fruition. The project includes a 72-room hotel, a new City library, commercial space, and... Continue Reading
The DuMore Corporation, located in Mauston, announced that it acquired the assets of Grove Die Casting, Inc. located in Union Grove. The acquisition provides an opportunity for DuMore to vertically integrate and minimize its dependence on out of state or offshore die casting supply. DuMore Corporation's President and CEO, Guillermo "Wil" Fernandez, thanked Attorney Steve Roy for his role in... Continue Reading
Geier Homar & Roy LLP now has an office in Cross Plains! Our new office location is on the second floor of the Cross Plains Community Bank, a branch of Middleton Community Bank, located at 2615 Westview Court right off of Highway 14. We look forward to serving the Cross Plains community with its legal needs. Our attorneys Joe Humphrey, Tom Allen, and Tim Homar would be happy to assist... Continue Reading
Attorney Timothy M. Homar has been appointed as Village Attorney for Sauk City. Attorney Homar has worked as legal counsel for the Village of Sauk City on various matters for the last few years, and looks forward to continuing to serve the community as the official Village Attorney.