Firm History

One branch of our firm originated in 1968, when Robert “Toby” Reynolds established his own private practice, with particular interests in estate planning, probate, cooperative associations, and small businesses. In 1973, Robert Gruber and Scott Herrick opened their firm, emphasizing real estate, non–profit and cooperative associations, and civil litigation, joined in 1974 by David Flesch. In 1978, “Gruber, Herrick & Flesch” merged with the Reynolds firm as “Reynolds, Gruber, Herrick, Flesch & Kasdorf.” The firm has added several partners over the years and is now known as Herrick & Kasdorf, LLP.

We maintain interests and concentrations in several areas of civil practice:

  • bankruptcy
  • small businesses
  • wills, trusts, estate planning, and probate
  • real estate, both commercial and residential
  • landlord-tenant
  • cooperative associations
  • non-profit organizations
  • Police and Fire Commissions
  • civil appeals
  • family law

Atty. Robert Kasdorf is a U.S. Trustee in Bankruptcy. Atty. Scott Herrick is a Supplemental Court Commissioner. Various partners are members of the bar associations of Wisconsin, Dane County, the federal Western District Court, as well as the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. Various partners are admitted to practice in the state courts of Wisconsin, the federal Western and Eastern Districts of Wisconsin, the federal Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court.

Former partners of our firm include Roger Buffett, Marsha Dymzarov, Hon. David A. Flesch, Robert L. Gruber, Hon. Paul Higginbotham, Robert A. “Toby” Reynolds (deceased), Robert Whitney (deceased), and Gretchen Twietmeyer (Vetzner).