Kathryn Lomasney

Kathryn Lomasney

Phone: 1-216-771-6500 ext. 145

Fax: 1-216-664-9830

Email: klomasney@weinerlaw.com

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Professional Profile:


University of Wisconsin Law School, Madison WI, Juris Doctor, May 2014

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Indianapolis IN Bachelor of Arts, August 2011

Professional Experience

Keith D. Weiner & Assoc. Co., L.P.A., Cleveland, OH September 2016 – present: Associate in the Collections Department. Provides legal advice on Wisconsin law to the collections departments. Represents both secured and unsecured creditors in all phases of collection litigation.

Bruck Law Offices S.C., Milwaukee, WI July 2014 – September 2016: Attorney-Independently handled a significant case load of civil litigation matters. Organized and tracked cases throughout countless courts with vastly different local rules. Prepared and argued cases unaided before scores of different courts.

Hildebrand Law Firm, Milwaukee, WI October 2013 – July 2014: Law Clerk and Attorney-Worked with the owner of the firm and clients to develop case strategies. Drafted pleadings, including pre-trial briefs, appellate briefs, discovery requests and responses. Researched legal issues and prepared memoranda to best assist the firm’s owner evaluate our options.

Disability Rights Wisconsin, Madison, WI April 2013 – October 2013: Corrections Law Clerk- Worked directly with clients in state correctional institutions; identified problem areas of treatment and advocate on the client’s behalf to exercise their rights. Researched legal issues and worked with other team members on case strategy.


  • State Bar of Wisconsin, May 2014
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, May 2015
  • Forest County Potawatomi, March 2016

Our Fees

Our fees are competitive and conform to industry standards. In most instances, the following fee arrangements are available:

1. Collection matters are handled on a contingency fee basis, but an hourly option is available and sometimes requested by clients who hold large balance claims. At a clients’ request, fees for collection matters can be billed on a per item flat fee basis for letters, pleadings, motions, and executions.

2. Uncontested foreclosures and related bankruptcy and eviction matters are most often billed on a flat fee basis according to the Fannie Mae guidelines. Contested matters, and counterclaims, generally require additional flat fee or hourly billing, subject to client approval;

3. Uncontested replevin cases are also handled on a flat fee basis. If the right to recover possession is opposed, the matter is converted to an hourly fee basis, upon client approval;

4. Mechanic’s lien matters are treated the same as replevin cases, unless they involve multiple properties, or otherwise relate to unusual subject matter;

5. Our firm is also pioneering the availability and use of alternative fee arrangements (“AFA’s”) for legal services that have traditionally been billed hourly. The availability of AFA’s is a product of our firm’s ambition to deliver legal services in an efficient and cost-effective manner, and help clients more effectively forecast and contain costs. AFA’s are available for an ever expanding range of matters, including litigation defense, discovery disputes, and appellate practice.