Deductive Reasoning is in Peter Schulz's DNA

April 13, 2020
If Problem-Solving and Open Communication Are Beneficial, Then the Benefits Are to Peter Schulz’s Clients and Referring Partners.

Attorney Journal | Jennifer Hadley | May 01, 2012

“I have always been drawn to the thought process one goes through in the practice of law.  It started in college with mathematics, logic and problem- solving.  The deductive reasoning and analysis has always come naturally to me,” Greco Traficante Schulz & Brick’s Managing Partner Peter J. Schulz says.  Perhaps it runs in the family. The Wisconsin native’s father is a trial lawyer, so advocacy may be in his blood.

Although the ability to advocate logically for clients is a must-have for any successful lawyer, equally important to Schulz is a willingness to maintain ongoing communication with his clients, no matter how busy he may be. Indeed, when contacted for his interview, the AV® Rated Martindale Hubbel attorney was busy prepping for trial in federal court the next morning while concurrently preparing to provide expert testimony on behalf of a local law firm engaged in a fee dispute with an insurance carrier who had retained the firm as independent counsel. Busy as he is, Schulz still places the highest priority on answering calls.

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