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Author Archives: Jimmy Nesbitt

Lucini the ‘IT guy’ at Boardman Clark

It’s a scenario that almost every office worker has experienced — an IT issue pops up out of nowhere and causes your computer to slow to a crawl, making nearly every task impossible. At Boardman Clark, the person who always answers the bell to solve those IT problems is Luis Lucini.

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Thorson proves to be ‘lifesaver’ for GRGB during pandemic

When the coronavirus pandemic hit in March, Beatrice “Bea” Thorson received an important assignment. Thorson, project manager at Gimbel, Reilly, Guerin & Brown, had to make sure that everyone at the company could work remotely. She organized laptops for employees to take home and set up new work procedures. “Luckily, one of my previous roles had been to help our ...

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Schreiber doesn’t let pandemic slow start at Gingras, Thomsen & Wachs

Jenna Schreiber is always willing to lend a hand to her colleagues. Schreiber, a legal assistant at Gingras, Thomsen & Wachs, has worked at the firm for about 10 months. She said her favorite part of the job is “working with great, knowledgeable people that are always willing to lend a helping hand to those in need.” “I also appreciate ...

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Ruckstuhl makes name for herself at Arellano & Phebus

Shortly after Olivia Ruckstuhl joined Arellano & Phebus in 2015, it became clear that she would have a big influence on the firm. Ruckstuhl was hired as a receptionist and legal assistant for a bilingual position. After six months, she was working with the company’s litigation team. With that change, she was responsible for assisting partners with every aspect of ...

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Masterson finds tough times bring out best in colleagues

Jason Masterson is a big believer that personal and professional improvements are most likely to happen in tough circumstances. So, when the coronavirus pandemic hit in March, Masterson — a paralegal at Cottle | Pasquale | Laborde — resolved to make the most of a tough situation for everyone at the firm. “At my firm, it highlighted our team’s individual ...

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Jones keeps herself, colleagues on deadline at Jones Law Firm

At Jones Law Firm, Laura Jones is the one making sure the trains are running on time. Jones, a paralegal, manages to stay on top of busy lawyers’ calendars while also ensuring her firm’s filings are all being made in a timely manner. “Laura is a wizard at logistics and balancing the needs of the law firm,” said Russell Jones, ...

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Ives puts systems in place for working from home

Despite all the difficulties the coronavirus pandemic has tossed at companies, Trisha Ives has managed to remain an optimist. “It has really brought our firm, with four locations, together as one,” said Trisha Ives, firm administrator at Gingras, Thomsen & Wachs, which has offices in Madison, Milwaukee, Eau Claire and Waukesha. “It was no longer about which brick-and-mortar office you ...

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