Spencer Davczyk is a shareholder at Davczyk & Varline, LLC. His practice focuses on civil litigation and jury trials involving personal injuries, products liability, business, construction, employment, fire loss, and property disputes. His clients include numerous insurance companies, manufacturers and international businesses along with small local businesses and private individuals. He has served as lead counsel on multi-million dollar lawsuits, but strives to zealously advocate for his clients regardless of the amount at issue.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
Civil litigation of all kind. Personal injury. Products liability. Insurance coverage.
Marquette University Law School (JD, 2001)
Admitted to the Bar, 2001
Wisconsin Defense Counsel (Prior Board of Directors)
Claims & Litigation Management Alliance (Prior Vice President of Northern Wisconsin Chapter)
International Association of Defense Counsel (membership by nomination and review only)
Marathon County Bar Association
State Bar of Wisconsin
State Bar of Minnesota
ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
All Wisconsin courts including Court of Appeals and Supreme Court
All Minnesota courts including Court of Appeals and Supreme Court
U.S. District Court – Eastern District of Wisconsin
U.S. District Court – Western District of Wisconsin
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
Spencer Davczyk has been recognized as a Rising Star in Wisconsin Super Lawyers magazine for 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. According to the Super Lawyers criteria, approximately 2.5 percent of the best up-and-coming attorneys under the age of 40 are named to the Rising Stars list.
Spencer is recognized by Rue Ratings for inclusion in the Best Attorneys of America, lifetime membership, which is limited to 100 attorneys in each state. He has also been selected for Membership as one of the “10 Best Attorneys” for Wisconsin in personal injury by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys and recognized as one of the “Premier 100” trial attorneys for Wisconsin by the National Academy of Jurisprudence.
Spencer was nominated and approved to sit on Board of Directors of the Wisconsin Defense Counsel for two terms.
In 2000, Spencer won the Commercial Law League of America’s Legal Writing Contest and his article, Aesthetic Functionality in Trade Dress: Post-Secondary Aesthetic Functionality Proposed, was published in Volume 105, Number 3, Fall 2000 edition of the Commercial Law Journal.
Spencer has also had his article, Builder’s Risk Statute of Repose, published in the Winter 2007, Wisconsin Civil Trial Journal.