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WMC Litigation Center Expands to Protect Business & the Public from Government Overreach

MADISON – The WMC Litigation Center – an affiliate of Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC), the combined state chamber of commerce and manufacturers’ association – announced on Monday its expansion as Nathan Kane joined the organization as Deputy Director.

Nathan Kane is a 2022 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School, where he earned his Juris Doctor. During his undergraduate years, he interned at the Eau Claire Area Chamber of Commerce, where he gained experience in business operations and advocacy.

“We are delighted to have Nathan Kane bolster our efforts in protecting against government overreach,” said WMC Litigation Center Executive Director Scott Rosenow. “His background and expertise are a perfect fit for our team as we defend the rights of Wisconsin businesses and the public against excessive and unlawful regulation.”

Before joining the WMC Litigation Center, Nathan served as a law clerk for the Honorable Rebecca Grassl Bradley of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. His work there gave him insight into the workings of the court system and valuable experience in legal research and writing.

“I am honored to join the talented team at the WMC Litigation Center,” said Nathan Kane. “I look forward to using my skills and experience to protect Wisconsin’s business community and free enterprise system.”

The WMC Litigation Center works to defend the business community and the public from government entities that act beyond their authority, in support of WMC’s mission to make Wisconsin the most competitive state in the nation to do business. For more information about the WMC Litigation Center, visit