Mueller S.C. is custom-tailored to suit the needs of those in need of professional, personable, reliable legal services. We respond quickly to the needs of our clients with solid advice that they can trust and service Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota and Florida. Our practice includes business law, civil and commercial litigation, products liability, contracts, confidentiality and noncompetition agreements, employment law, franchises and dealerships, business acquisitions, mergers and transfers, construction, real estate, securities, intellectual property, internet, banking, finance and insurance matters.
committed to personalized one-on-one attention.
About Attorney Lance Mueller
Lance Mueller is passionate about the law. He is a trial lawyer and the founding owner of Mueller, S.C., and was previously a partner in one of the most well respected law firms in the state.
Mueller S.C. Practice Areas:
Service & Guarantee
We provide your competitive advantage and serve as a trusted partner for a business of any size. When new clients contact us they are paired with an attorney experienced in that client’s particular industry or field and with their size. Of course we handle legal matters on a traditional transaction-by-transaction or case-by-case basis and can consult, review and negotiate any specific transaction and provide legal representation in any particular litigation matter on an individual basis. However, our goal is to partner with our clients making it easier to help them achieve both short and long term goals. We are in the relationship for the long term as reflected in our commitment to providing top-notch service and flexible fee arrangements.
Mueller S.C. Fee Structures
We invest in our clients. Aside from our time, we are able to take on some of the outcome risks associated with client businesses and cases. We have specially designed our business model to keep overhead to a minimum and align costs with outcomes. Thus, we have the advantage of being able to offer alternative fee arrangements such as fixed and flat fees, contingency fees and success fees in addition to traditional forms of hourly billing.