Brad Fulton is the founder of Caliber Law LLC (“Caliber”) and has represented businesses and entrepreneurs for over 25 years throughout the State of Wisconsin and beyond. As the former managing partner of the largest law firm in Madison, Wisconsin, Brad has a unique combination of business savvy and legal skills. He has a keen insight into business operations and corporate responsibilities and understands the importance of the thoughtful management of key capital resources.
Brad believes each client’s challenges and opportunities require a unique and thoughtful approach. While one client might need to aggressively protect its interests, another might need a more deliberate, nuanced approach for long-term success. Brad prides himself in “thinking outside the box” and using key leverage points to best assist clients in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
Throughout the years, Brad has maintained a varied legal practice, providing general counsel-type services with an eye to each client’s bottom line. His clients appreciate his ability to solve the unique challenges each face. Brad’s practice includes extensive experience in labor and employment, construction, and commercial litigation matters.
In the labor and employment arena, Brad’s practice runs the gamut from handling hiring, firing and discrimination matters, to labor issues like union avoidance, union organizing campaigns and elections, collective bargaining, and arbitrating grievances. He has broad experience drafting and litigating the enforceability of restrictive covenants, including noncompete, non-solicitation and confidentiality agreements.
Within the construction industry, Brad collaborates with contractors and developers in drafting and negotiating contracts, juggling the many challenges that inevitably arise during a project, as well as managing all forms of dispute resolution. His commercial litigation practice has allowed him the opportunity to assist businesses in resolving a complex array of issues. He has successfully litigated cases throughout the country on matters ranging from class action wage-and-hour disputes to insurance coverage and construction defect cases.