Quarles & Brady announced that three of its attorneys have been inducted as Wisconsin Law Foundation Fellows. Stacy Alexejun, Fred Gants and Michael Levey were honored on May 5 at a dinner in Madison.
The Fellows organization was created in 1999 by the State Bar of Wisconsin and is limited to 2.5% of the state bar’s total members. It recognizes members who have achieved significant accomplishments in their careers and contributed leadership and service to their communities. Fellows are reserve or retired judges, lawyers or teachers of law with memberships to the state bar.
Alexejun, a partner in the Madison office’s Product Liability Group, was inducted into the 2020 class. She focuses her practice on product liability defense and intellectual property litigation. She graduated from Marquette Law School in 2009. Before joining Quarles, Alexejun served as a law clerk to Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Annette Kingsland Ziegler.
Gants is a retired partner of the Madison office’s Labor & Employment Practice Group. A University of Chicago Law School graduate, he was also inducted into the 2020 class. Gants represented employers in courts and before state and federal agencies, including the National Labor Relations Board and Occupational Safety and Health Administration, across the country.
Levey was inducted into the 2021 class. He is a Milwaukee-based partner of the Business Law Practice Group and the firm’s national pro bono partner. Levey graduated from the University of Michigan Law School and the University of Florida Levin College of Law. He also serves as a member in the firm’s Financial Services Industry Team.