Godfrey & Kahn take on Artman as new shareholder

Milwaukee, Wisconsin (ICC) 11-08

The law firm of Godfrey & Kahn, S.C. is pleased to announce the addition of Carl J. Artman as shareholder in its Indian Nations and Environmental & Energy Practice Groups.

Prior to joining Godfrey & Kahn, Artman served as the Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs and the Associate Solicitor for Indian Affairs for the United States Department of the Interior. Prior to his appointments in Washington, Artman served as Chief Legal Counsel for the Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin.

“Carl will be a great addition to both our Indian Nations and Environmental & Energy Practice Groups,” said Rick Bliss, Managing Partner of Godfrey & Kahn.  “With his extensive background, Carl will be able to offer a broad range of legal services to a variety of our clients, especially in the area of Indian affairs.  Carl has represented clients in environmental, corporate, emerging technologies, telecommunications and bankruptcy matters.”

Bliss noted that Artman plans to expand the firm’s Indian Nations practice. The mission of the firm’s Indian Nations Practice Group is to support tribal governments and their attorneys in protecting tribal sovereignty, enhancing tribal self-government and promoting the welfare of tribal members.





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