Attorneys

Timothy T. Kay

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Timothy Kay graduated from Marquette University Law School in 1984.  As a general practitioner, Timothy has mastered various types of law, focusing on small business matters, civil litigation, municipal law, personal injury, juvenile and family law, and criminal defense. He has authored Briefs for the Court of Appeals, authored numerous and successful Petitions for Review to the Supreme Court, has appeared several times before the Supreme Court of the State of Wisconsin for oral arguments, and has represented clients all the way to the United States Supreme Court. 
 

Timothy is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin and belongs to actively participates in several sections, including:  General Practice, Municipal, and Government Law.  Kay previously served on the Membership Committee. He is also a member of the Waukesha County Bar. Kay currently serves as Municipal Judge for Lake Country Municipal Courts with jurisdiction over 17 municipalities; having previously served as Municipal Prosecutor for the Villages of Nashotah and Oconomowoc Lake and Town of Oconomowoc. 

 

Tim has played an active role both on the Board and the Legal Committee for the Okauchee Lake Sailing Club and was elected as the Club’s President, or Commodore, from 1998 through 2000. While serving as legal counsel for the Yacht Club, Tim helped oversee the expansion of the Club's conditional use and acted as the Registered Agent.  Tim is also the longest serving President for the Oconomowoc Sports Booster Club and has been an active member since 2005. The Oconomowoc Sports Booster Club is a non-profit organization which raises over $100,000 annually to donate to all Oconomowoc area athletics. In addition, Tim served on the Oconomowoc High School Athletic Task Force. He is a past board member, president, and legal advisor for Parents of Oconomowoc Youth Football. He is also a member of the Okauchee Area Business Association. Tim formally served on the Oconomowoc School District Advisory Board as Ambassador of the "Time to Reinvest in Children" Committee and School Referendum. The referendum was passed, which allowed for the building of two additional middle schools in the Lake Country Area as well as a new fieldhouse and a new auditorium for the Oconomowoc School District.  Tim has also been invited to present a seminar on life after high school to students at Oconomowoc High School, as an upstanding, professional member of the community. Tim has previously represented such organizations as  the Law Enforcement Chaplains, a non-profit organization. He was a judge participant to the Wisconsin High School Mock Trial Tournament and Oconomowoc’s Junior High Mock Trial Tournament. Tim and his family are members of St. Catherine of Alexandria in Oconomowoc. 

Tim has been interviewed by and has also been a guest commentator for Fox News Network & Wisconsin Public Radio. In an interview with Bill O’Reilly from The O’Reilly Factor, Bill stated, "...You are a very smart lawyer, we’ve checked you out alright, you are a very smart guy." "You are a good lawyer and a smart guy."

Alexander T. Kay

 

 

 

 

Alexander T. Kay works closely with business owners, individuals, and families to advise them on a wide variety of business and personal matters.   

 

Alex represents a diverse range of businesses and their owners in mergers and acquisitions, real estate acquisitions, sales, and leasing, municipal zoning, business entity formation, nonprofit organizations, construction liens, employment and non-compete agreements, business litigation, and general business matters.   

 

Alex is a third generation attorney of the Kay family to work for Kay & Kay. Alex’s father, Timothy T. Kay, and grandfather, Thomas J. Kay, were the original partners of Kay & Kay.  

 

Alex graduated cum laude from Marquette University Law School. Prior to joining the firm, Alex served as a judicial intern for Judge Diane S. Sykes at the United States Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit, as well as Justice David T. Prosser at the Wisconsin Supreme Court.  During his time at Marquette University Law School, Alex was also a research assistant to the Dean and a Comment Editor for Marquette Law Review.  Alex previously worked for General Electric as part of their Financial Management Program where he spent time assisting the tax, supply chain, and financial planning and analysis teams on various complex projects.   

Thomas J. Kay (1934-2001)

Thomas Kay graduated from Marquette University Law School in 1960 and concentrated in probate, real estate, business and corporate matters. He was a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin and belonged to the Corporate Banking Business Section, Real Property, Probate and Trust Section. He was a member of the Waukesha County Bar, Past President of the Real Estate Section, and has been a recipient of the Chamber’s distinguished "Man of the Year" award in recognition for his efforts. He remained active within the community. He served as President of Okauchee Lake Yacht Club. He served as church organist and choir director for several parishes including St. John Vianney Parish and was affiliated with St. Joan of Arc’s in Nashotah and St. Catherine’s of Mapleton

  

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