Carissa Giebel realizes most people want to avoid seeing an attorney, but she’s happy she’s an exception to the rule.
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When an employee leaves a company, there’s always the potential they may take important intellectual property or trade secrets with them. When they do, businesses rely on Quarles & Brady LLP partner Nicole Druckrey to help clean up the mess.Read More »
From Chuck Stertz’s days working in former Sen. Russ Feingold’s Washington, D.C., office, where he served four years as legislative clerk and correspondent, to his current role as an assistant district attorney in Outagamie County, the 2009 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate said he likes “being able to get in there and help people.”Read More »