Michael Hupy, Marquette 1972, and Jason Abraham, Marquette 1992, testified before the Wisconsin Assembly and Senate Joint Committees on Insurance in opposition to SB 7. The bill would severely restrict the legal rights of anyone hurt in a motor vehicle accident in Wisconsin. SB 7 would repeal much of the Truth in Auto Law passed in 2009 and roll back liability coverage minimums to 1982 levels. They are shareholders with Hupy & Abraham, SC.
Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan LLP announces that Bethany McCurdy, Marquette 1999, has been named partner in the firm’s Employment Group and Matthew Fricker, University of Notre Dame 1991, has joined the firm as a litigation partner.
Christopher Banaszak has been named chair of the Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren SC Labor and Employment Practice.
With more than 15-years experience as a labor attorney and litigator, Banaszak serves a wide range of manufacturing and service industry clients, including financial institutions. Banaszak received his J.D., cum laude, from Marquette University Law School.
The law firm of Lindner & Marsack, SC has announced that Gary G. Lisiecki has joined the firm as a labor relations strategist as a part of the firm’s collective bargaining and labor relations team.
Lisiecki brings over 40 years of experience in collective bargaining and labor relations as a former Commissioner for the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service in Wisconsin. He will assist the firm with collective bargaining preparation and strategies, as well as general labor relations strategies, including contract administration, grievance handling, work rules and labor-management relations.