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Eric Lenzen had planned a career path that would take him to a seat on a board of directors, making decisions for a business. He is doing that, but not from the position he initially anticipated. A business law course that was part of his degree track to become an accounting consultant caught his attention. […]
After six years as a lawyer, Matt Lee still is trying to strike that elusive work-life balance of juggling bankruptcy and business cases while raising two boys and giving back to the community. “The hours are difficult, but I don’t complain about them too much because I knew what I was getting into,” Lee said. […]
There are stacks of printouts, splayed folders and a crumpled survey for a real estate transaction from “a few months ago” on his desk. There’s Madison transaction attorney Ed Lawton, swearing he just cleaned up his office. But in the chaos are the finer points of the business transactions, securities dealings and landlord-tenant disputes that […]
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Young” or “youngest” are words often used to describe Rebecca Hammock.
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When Josephine Gee returns in early October from her second maternity leave in as many years, she will have a lot on her plate.
In the fast-changing environment of disability law, Ryan Farrell is ready to vouch for his clients – in and out of court. Twenty-three days after Farrell landed his job at Disability Rights Wisconsin Inc., a state protection and advocacy group, the federal government passed the health care reform act, putting a quick spin on an […]
Despite having a lawyer for a father and an older brother who went to law school, Kevin Eldridge said he never felt pressured to practice law.
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