Daniel A. Rottier is the President of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, a plaintiffs’ personal injury firm, with thirteen offices throughout Wisconsin. He received his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Wisconsin. He is admitted to practice in all courts in Wisconsin and has been admitted on a pro hac vice basis in eighteen other states. He is admitted and has argued before the United States Supreme Court.
Mr. Rottier was voted to be one of the top ten lawyers in Wisconsin in the 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Super Lawyers surveys. He is an elected Fellow of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers (1990–membership limited to 500 trial lawyers in the United States), the American Board of Trial Advocates (1990), the American College of Trial Lawyers (1994) and the Wisconsin Law Foundation (2001). He has been certified as a Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocates since 1982 and is consistently listed in The Best Lawyers in America. In 2009 he was invited to membership in the Inner Circle of Advocates, a national association limited to the top one hundred plaintiffs’ trial attorneys in the United States. He is a member of the Board of Visitors of the University of Wisconsin Law School and is a past-president of the Civil Justice Foundation, the educational arm of the Wisconsin Association for Justice. Mr. Rottier has served on the Board of Governors of the Wisconsin Association for Justice and the State Bar of Wisconsin and as past chair of the Litigation Section. He is a past-president of the Wisconsin Association for Justice, and was named Trial Lawyer of the year in 2008 by that organization.
Mr. Rottier has taught various courses at the University of Wisconsin Law School and is a frequent lecturer on trial practice techniques and use of technology in litigation. Mr. Rottier has been lead counsel on sixty-nine cases resulting in awards over a million dollars and seven cases over ten million dollars. Mr. Rottier resides in Madison with his wife, Frankie, and their four children.