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Gregory T. Helding



Greg’s practice focuses on patent applications and software development and licensing agreements. He also assists with prosecuting patent applications.  


Prior to joining the firm, Greg interned in the North American office of the general counsel for CNH America LLC. He also worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable Lynn S. Adelman, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, where he researched and wrote legal memoranda for cases involving civil matters, such as agency law and federal civil procedure. 

During law school Greg served as technology editor for the Marquette Law Review and was inducted into the Pro Bono Society in recognition of his contribution of more than 120 hours of service. Greg has also been the recipient of a number of Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) Excellence for the Future® awards for having achieved the highest scores in law courses, including Advanced Civil Procedure. 

Prior to law school, Greg worked for 16 years in the telecommunications industry as a network engineer, supporting both individual consumers and providers of network and Internet services. He also represented the 11th district of the city of Racine for 10 years as an alderman on the Racine Common Council, where he served on the public safety and licensing, among other committees.  

Honors & Recognitions

  • Member, Alpha Sigma Nu Honor Society

Professional Activities

  • Member, American Bar Association, Intellectual Property Section
  • Member, State Bar of Wisconsin
  • Member, Milwaukee County Bar Association
  • Member, Racine County Bar Association
  • Member, National Association of Parliamentarians



Community Involvement

  • Member, City of Racine Common Council, 2005-2015
  • Member, St. Thomas More Lawyers Society Board of Governors
  • Member, Racine Catholic Cemeteries Board of Directors
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