Jere McGaffey not only wrote eight volumes on business tax law – he got people to read them.
It’s not every day an attorney gets the opportunity to work on a headline-making deal. But that’s what Jason Kohout had the chance to do recently while working with a team of Foley & Lardner LLP attorneys on the $550 million sale of the Milwaukee Bucks.
Mentoring isn’t a skill for attorney Rachelle Hart; it’s a state of mind.
Jessie Lochmann Allen is right where she wants to be.
Since finding her place at Foley & Lardner LLP in Madison more than 20 years ago, Antonina “Toni” Prestigiacomo has been leading by example.
Two Wisconsin-based law firms are adopting new strategies to expand and better serve their manufacturing client bases to take advantage of the industry’s resurgence.
Cynthia J. Rigsby’s chosen area of practice is one that has a tendency to make her very uncomfortable.
Bobbi Howell measures her career success in terms of the many close, sustained support networks she has formed.
Jay Rothman, CEO of Foley & Lardner LLP, still works for some of the same clients who were there when he started with the firm in 1986. That’s the benefit of business law, he said. “When I started as a summer associate here,” Rothman said, “I got a sense that with the business aspect of […]
G. Michael Halfenger has been appointed to a 14-year term as U.S. bankruptcy judge for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. He will take office Jan. 11.
The Legal Aid Society hosted its 96th anniversary luncheon Sept. 6 at the Italian Community Center in Milwaukee. Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen was the event’s principal speaker, and remarks also were made by Peter Stone, of Foley & Lardner LLP, and Marina D[...]
Leigh Riley doesn’t mind being the squeaky wheel. She’ll even rebuild the entire wheel, if that’s what it takes.
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