Lili Behm has joined Axley’s Madison office in the areas of civil litigation and insurance defense.
The House passed a $2.2 trillion rescue package on Friday to help the U.S. economy and health-care system weather the coronavirus pandemic’s toll.
Buelow Vetter Buikema Olson & Vliet recently announced that attorney Brian Waterman has rejoined the firm.
If there’s one big misconception the public and other attorneys may have about tax law, it’s that the work is boring.
Mike Hahn accomplished quite a lot before becoming a lawyer.
To say Gail Groy, a partner at Axley Brynelson, had some obstacles to overcome to get where she is today is an understatement.
It’s no secret that many in the construction industry are optimistic about what Donald Trump’s presidency could mean for them in the coming years, especially when it comes to the way his administration might handle labor regulations and related matters.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court will be weighing in on a case that could clarify when immunity kicks in for contractors working on a government project.
From first-timers to veteran partners, attorneys agree that a good cultural fit is the biggest contributor to the success of firm mergers.
When Nancy Wilson decided to back to school, she put her nose to the grindstone and went non-stop for five years. All in one go, she found herself earning her undergraduate degree, master’s in accounting and a law degree.
For Don Murn, the recession served as a painful reminder of how important it is to take care of one's self.
Don Murn was a competitive water skier when he began working as a clerk at a law firm.
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