Jonathan B. Levine

Jack-Levine Jack has a statewide practice in community association law and real estate litigation in Wisconsin with offices in Milwaukee. He is a contributor to the Wisconsin Condominium Association and was a founding director of the Community Association Institute – Wisconsin. He has lectured statewide on diverse subjects regarding condominium law and governance to lawyers and board members. Jack has been a national presenter at the conference of attorneys of the Community Association Institute and is a regular presenter to the State Bar of Wisconsin on condominium issues.  Jack serves in an Of Counsel capacity to the firm.

Litigation areas have included construction defects; permitting and land use; Fair Housing Law, injunctive and damage proceedings; municipal load-shedding; declarant financial obligations and architectural copyright protection. Before he shifted his concentration to community law exclusively, Jack was board certified as a civil trial specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.

Formerly a journalist in Washington, D.C., rated “AV,” the highest rating from Martindale-Hubbell, Jack is a 1976 cum laude graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School, served as a clerk on the Wisconsin Supreme Court, and has practiced community association law since 1982.