Attorney Marklein is a partner of CJMM. She specializes in the areas of labor and employment law, civil and insurance defense litigation, and alternative family planning.

She has represented businesses and individuals in various types of litigation, from contract disputes to personal injuries. She also enjoys providing her business clients with cost-effective employment advice and representation to help avoid employment claims and limit potential exposure if a claim arises.

Attorney Marklein has been named a Rising Star by SuperLawyers magazine in the area of employment law for nine consecutive years. She frequently speaks on a number of employment law topics and is the author of "Wage and Hour Pitfalls for Law Firms and Their Clients" in the Wisconsin Civil Trial Journal.

 

Noting the growing need for quality representation of individuals seeking to help provide or build their families, Attorney Marklein has gained expertise in the field of alternative family planning, including various types of surrogacy arrangements, egg/sperm donation, and all related parentage issues. 

Attorney Marklein serves on the Baraboo Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and serves as the Secretary/Treasurer for the Wisconsin Defense Counsel, Wisconsin’s statewide civil defense bar. She is a member of the Sauk County Bar Association, State Bar of Wisconsin and Sauk-Columbia Society for Human Resource Management.

A lifelong Wisconsin resident and proud Badger, Attorney Marklein is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School and obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  During law school, she served as an Articles Editor of the Wisconsin Women's Law Journal and served as a judicial intern to Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David T. Prosser, Jr. She is admitted to practice in Wisconsin state courts, the U.S. District Courts for the Western and Eastern Districts of Wisconsin and the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.