Fredrikson attorney Mary Beth Peranteau recently received a commendation from the State Bar of Wisconsin for her article, “Riparian Rights in Wisconsin,” published in the November 2022 edition of the Wisconsin Lawyer. The commendation appears in the May 2023 edition of Wisconsin Lawyer.
Peranteau assists individuals, associations, businesses and local governments in matters relating to real estate, zoning and land use, property rights disputes and navigable waters law.
Peranteau advises clients in land use law, including real estate transactions, resolution of boundary disputes, quiet title actions, public dedication, annexation, restrictive covenants, homeowner’s association and subdivision law, environmental permitting and county and municipal zoning proceedings including rezoning, conditional use permits and variances. Peranteau is experienced in water law, including pier and other navigable waters permit proceedings and dam regulation, riparian rights disputes and the public trust doctrine, and representation of inland lake protection and rehabilitation districts in regulatory and governance matters.
Peranteau’s practice also includes energy law matters, including the representation of local electric distribution cooperatives in regulatory compliance, policy and governance matters and member relations, renewable energy procurement and contracting. Peranteau specializes in appeals of administrative agency and lower court decisions.
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