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Tag Archives: Habush Habush & Rottier SC

Lavin seeks to strike balance

Since she was a child, Molly Lavin knew she wanted to be an attorney. Watching her father, she was fascinated by what he did as a defense attorney.

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Tease finds success in litigation work

Patrick and Peggy Higdon were asleep in a cabin at the Cedar Grove Resort, about 65 miles northeast of Green Bay. It was the wee hours of July 10, 2006. And something ignited the leaking propane.

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Who’s doing what

Anne McIntyre, Northern Illinois 2007 magna cum laude, has joined Nelson, Irvings & Waeffler, SC, Wauwatosa as an associate. She will concentrate her practice in elder law, probate, and disability planning. She was previously with the Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee. The law firm of Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek SC has announced the election of Kim Wynn and the re-election of ...

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Jacob R. Reis

Jacob R. Reis’ decision to become a personal injury lawyer arose from a very personal family experience. When he was starting high school, his grandfather was killed in a car accident.

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Law Librarian of the Year

When someone at one of Habush Habush & Rottier’s 13 offices needs to know where to find the information that’s essential to a case, they call Diane Duffey, the firm’s only law librarian. It’s a role she has enjoyed for more than 11 years.

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IT Specialist of the Year

When a computer hard drive crashed during the middle of a trial, a lawyer’s worst nightmare, Jim Desing worked through the night to fix the problem, and the litigation team was able to proceed with their presentation the following day. Foley Managing Partner Nancy Sennett says that tackling that job without complaint is just one example of his strong work ethic and attitude.

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