Megan Senatori's litigation defense practice is all about strategy.Read More »
Milwaukee-based Walny Legal Group LLC has launched the state’s only estate and probate mediation service registered with the Wisconsin Association of Mediators.Read More »
Edward Evans, Katrina Hull, Thomas Janczewski, Plymouth Nelson, Kirk Pelikan and Leah Ziemba were promoted to partner at Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, Milwaukee.Read More »
A construction contractor and the city of Middleton together scored a victory in court over the Associated General Contractors of Wisconsin, but that result cost the company about three times as much.Read More »
An attorney left paralyzed during a motorcycle crash that occurred when he was traveling with clients is not eligible for workers' compensation benefits, since he was not technically working when he crashed, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.Read More »
Daniel Dennehy of von Briesen & Roper SC, Milwaukee, was nominated by Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele to become a member of the five-person Milwaukee County Personnel Review Board.Read More »
Gov. Scott Walker and the Wisconsin State Public Defender’s Office presented the Wisconsin Cares About Kids Award to the Milwaukee-based Kids Matter Inc. The group provides victims services for abused and neglected children. It was founded in 2001 and serves 68 counties.Read More »
Jason Allen, a partner at Foley & Lardner LLP, was appointed co-chairman of the firm’s energy industry team. Allen has a background in energy, project and infrastructure finance transactions. He earned his law degree in 1998 from the University of Wisconsin Law School.Read More »
Eric Farnsworth received the Robert L. Habush Trial Lawyer of the Year Award from the Wisconsin Association for Justice at its annual dinner in Milwaukee.
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John Pellmann of Pellmann, Drellos & Associates SC, Brookfield, was named a lecturer in the economics department at Marquette University.Read More »
Who’s Doing What: New hires at Michael Best & Friedrich; Carr makes partner at Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan
Nicholas Boerke and Rachel Farrington have joined Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, Milwaukee.
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Shannon Buttchen and Danielle Wampole joined the Madison office of DeWitt Ross & Stevens SC as associates. Wampole and Buttchen previously worked as summer clerks at DeWitt. Both joined the firm’s litigation practice group and earned their law degrees from the University of Wisconsin Law School.Read More »
Brian Purtell, a partner at DeWitt Ross & Stevens SC’s Madison office, was appointed by the Wisconsin Joint Legislative Council to serve on the Special Committee on Legal Interventions for Persons with Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias.Read More »
Who’s Doing What: Daniels, wife named 2012 Parents of the Year; Thompson elected chair of State Bar BOG
John Daniels Jr., of Quarles & Brady LLP, Milwaukee, and his wife, Irma, were named 2012 Parents of the Year by COA Youth and Family Centers.Read More »
John Daniels Jr., chairman of Quarles & Brady LLP, Milwaukee, received the Friend of the University Award from the Marquette University Alumni Association. The award recognizes distinguished leadership and/or service to Marquette University by a nonalumnus/alumna. Daniels was selected due ...
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