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									Brian G. Cahill is one of the five founding members of Gass Weber Mullins and helps direct the
firm’s IT strategies.

Mr. Cahill practices in the area of civil trial law, with his primary areas of practice in commercial
and personal injury litigation. His practice includes cases in a variety of jurisdictions outside of
Wisconsin, as well as Wisconsin state and federal courts. In 2007, he was selected as a “Super
Lawyer,” with particular emphasis in the area of commercial litigation.

Mr. Cahill returned to private practice in February 2004 after serving as Vice President and
Associate General Counsel for Racine-based CNH America LLC, the U.S.A. company resulting
from the merger of New Holland N.V. and Case Corporation in 1999. CNH is one of the largest
agricultural and construction equipment companies in the world. Mr. Cahill and his staff were
responsible for the company’s North American legal affairs, including substantial product
liability claims and all legal matters affecting the company’s financial services affiliates. Prior to
joining Case Corporation, Mr. Cahill was a trial lawyer with a Milwaukee, Wisconsin litigation
boutique, where his primary areas of practice were commercial and employment litigation.

Mr. Cahill obtained his Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, from Marquette University. He
earned his law degree, magna cum laude, from Marquette University Law School, where he was
a Thomas More Scholar and Max Schoetz Scholar. He also was a member of the National Moot
Court Team, earned seven American Jurisprudence Awards, and received the Law Alumni

Mr. Cahill currently serves his community as a member of the Board of Directors of The
Waukesha Family YMCA. Until 2007, Mr. Cahill served nearly ten years as a member of the
City of Waukesha Police and Fire Commission, including two years as chair of that citizen
board. In addition to his memberships in various bar and professional associations, Mr. Cahill is
past president of the St. Thomas More Lawyers Society.

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