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2011 Leaders in the Law

Feb 16, 2011

Growing firm keeps Harlan on the go

Since joining what would become Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan in 1994, Emery K. Harlan has used his marketing knowledge to help the firm rapidly become one of the largest minority-owned law firms in the United States.

Feb 16, 2011

Negotiation pays off for Jennaro

The most significant negotiation in which William A. Jennaro ever played a role — at least from his perspective — took place in 1962.

Feb 16, 2011

Taffora looks forward to rejoining firm

Even as a boy, Raymond P. Taffora was thinking logically and lawyerly.

Feb 16, 2011

Solveson engineers creative solutions

George H. Solveson has been involved in intellectual property law for more than 40 years. However, his legal work actually began before he ever attended law school.

Feb 16, 2011

Love of law keeps Dykman involved

Some lawyers read Palsgraf v. Long Island Railroad Co. (N.Y.1928) in Torts on the first day of law school, but don’t give it much thought for the rest of their careers. Then, there’s Judge Charles P. Dykman.

Feb 16, 2011

Leaders in the Law 2011: Celebrating our legal professionals

More than 350 judges, lawyers, family and friends attended the Wisconsin Law Journal’s ninth annual Leaders in the Law Event in Milwaukee Wednesday. The evening event, held at the Hilton Milwaukee City Center, recognized 27 attorneys and judges for their contributions to the legal profession. Four leaders – Bruce C. Davidson, Hon. Charles P. Dykman, […]

Feb 16, 2011

Deardorff simplifies construction litigation

Few areas of law are as complex as construction litigation.

Feb 16, 2011

Defense never a dull moment for Laffey

Jack J. Laffey would like to make one thing clear: He’s a product liability defense lawyer who happens to do a lot of asbestos work, not an asbestos lawyer.

Feb 16, 2011

Studinski leads in nursing home cases

When it comes to nursing home law, attorney Jason T. Studinski wrote the book.

Feb 16, 2011

Retirement still a long way off for Melli

Joseph A. Melli thought, as an idealistic new lawyer, that he’d represent workers.

Feb 16, 2011

Public service gratifying for Kuhnmuench

Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Mary M. Kuhnmuench recently had the pleasure of attending the swearing-in of a new assistant district attorney, Cynthia M. Davis.

Feb 16, 2011

Thrill of the case keeps Andres in court

It seems only natural that a law student who also holds an MBA would concentrate his coursework in business and transactional law.


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