Wick Schmidt devotes his practice to helping clients resolve their business and personal disputes as quickly and efficiently as possible. Matters he has handled include shareholder/member disputes, issues of breach of contract or non-payment, construction defects, employment discrimination, and cases arising under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA). Born at Washington D.C., and raised in Virginia, he was educated at Princeton University (where he was Latin Salutatorian of the Class of 1999) and the Yale Law School (Class of 2002). He moved to Green Bay in 2004 for a two-year clerkship with the Hon. William C. Griesbach of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, and has maintained a private practice in the city ever since.
Wick met Anastasia Rohrman when they were both students at Princeton. They got engaged on graduation day and married in 2000, and now have five children and almost every sort of pet ever kept by man. In what little spare time he has, Wick enjoys boating, snowmobiling, hunting a variety of animals that almost invariably elude him, and ice fishing.