Guy DuBeau is a partner at Wisconsin law firm Axley Brynelson, LLP, and chair of the Litigation Practice Group. His practice centers on serving health care professionals both in defense of alleged medical negligence claims and in more traditional aspects of health care law.
As a medical malpractice litigator, he has tried approximately 50 cases to verdict in counties throughout the state. He has represented health care providers in multiple appeals, arguing as lead counsel before the State Supreme Court three times in addition to appearing as amicus curiae on behalf of industry trade groups in state appellate courts and in federal court.
Mr. DuBeau is admitted to practice before all courts of the state, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals and has been admitted pro hac vice in other states. He has provided testimony to the legislature and presented directly to the Governor on matters of interest to health care professionals. He has guest lectured at the University of Wisconsin Law School, the University of Wisconsin Medical School and the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Mr. DuBeau also advises health care clients on matters not involving litigation, including HIPAA and HITECH compliance, EMTALA, Stark and anti-kickback regulations, records compliance, peer review, medical staffing issues and patient care issues. He has represented numerous providers before the Department of Safety and Professional Services.
Mr. DuBeau is a frequent lecturer on a wide variety of issues to both health care providers and other attorneys through the State Bar, the Wisconsin Medical Society and private groups.
In his spare time, Mr. DuBeau is the happily married father of four and an accomplished cook. He serves on the board of directors for the non-profit EAGLE School of Madison, as the board’s vice-president and holds a black belt in American styled karate.
Admitted to practice in all State Courts in Wisconsin.