Stephanie R. Losching
Stephanie Losching joined Carney Thorpe,
LLC in 2018. Her practice is devoted primarily to civil litigation, corporate,
business and construction law.
Stephanie represents individuals and
companies in various areas of litigation and business transactions including,
but not limited to, contract law, employment disputes, commercial litigation, construction
defect, product liability claims, first and third-party insurance claims, personal
injury claims, and subrogation matters; in addition to various other related
Prior to joining Carney Thorpe, LLC,
Stephanie practiced law at a large law firm in Minneapolis, Minnesota where she vigorously represented her
clients in the areas of civil litigation, insurance disputes, construction
matters, employment litigation and contract law. Stephanie also practiced law before
that at an insurance defense firm where she represented insurance companies in
various first and third-party claims. She was also a member of their subrogation
team seeking damages for various claims, including construction defect and
Stephanie is a graduate of Hamline
University School of Law. During law school, Stephanie was an Editor for the
Journal of Public Law & Policy and a member of the William E. McGee Civil
Rights Moot Court team. After law school, Stephanie clerked for the Honorable
Robert Walker in Martin County, Minnesota where she gained important insight
into the workings of the judicial system. This first-hand knowledge benefits
her clients in gaining favor with the Court.
Prior to law school, Stephanie obtained her
undergraduate business degree from DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois.
After four years of vigorous business training, Stephanie worked for the Chicago
Tribune where she represented clients in business transactions, assisting them
with their marketing and advertising programs.
Stephanie is licensed to practice law in Wisconsin and Minnesota and is a Janesville native.