Thomas W. Bertz
Thomas W. Bertz joined Anderson O’Brien in 1973 and tried over 100 civil trials in his career. Tom is a 1959 honors graduate of St. Thomas and went on to receive his law degree from Marquette University (J.D. 1962). While at Marquette, he served as the Assistant Editor of the Marquette Law Review. He gained legal experience as the Law Clerk to Chief Justice Timothy Brown, Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Tom’s professional activities include Litigation Section, State Bar of Wisconsin; Wisconsin Supreme Court, Preliminary Review Committee (Office of Lawyer Regulation); Western District of Wisconsin Bar Association, Past President (Federal Bar Association); American Bar Association; Portage County Bar Association, Past President; Board of Governors, State Bar of Wisconsin – Liaison to Professional Ethics Section and Real Property, Probate and Trust Section; Wisconsin Association of Worker’s Compensation Attorneys, President 2006; and State Bar of Wisconsin – Board of Governors 2004-2006.
Tom’s activites include the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Backcourt Club, President, Coach’s Committee, and the Stevens Point Rotary Club – Paul Harris Fellow.
Admitted to Practice
State Bar of Wisconsin
U.S. District Court
Eastern District of Wisconsin
Western District of Wisconsin
United States Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit
Supreme Court of the United States of America
Named a Wisconsin Super Lawyer in 2008, 2009 and 2010