A former Habush Habush & Rottier attorney is losing his license for nine months for violating more than a dozen attorney-ethics rules.
Dozens of individuals around the country are entering arbitration with the Verona-based medical-software company Epic Systems over unpaid overtime claims.
Two new attorneys have recently joined Godfrey & Kahn.
Long before Susan Tyndall began law school, she was destined to do appellate work.
“I would characterize Craig as a quiet leader,” said Sandy Drexler, vice president of resource development at United Way Fox Cities. “He gets stuff done, but doesn’t necessarily like the recognition for it. He just steps up.”
Should the medical-technology firm Epic Systems and other companies be able to require that employees sign on to agreements forcing them to take labor disputes to independent arbitrators rather than court?
As the former president of the Outagamie County Bar Association and the current vice president of the Brown County Bar Association, I was asked to share some of the experiences these leadership positions have brought me.
Breanne Snapp is a tireless advocate for her clients, whether they are fighting for unpaid overtime wages or seeking damages after a ruptured gas pipeline polluted their groundwater.
One of the most momentous years in my life was 2009. That year saw me getting a law license, my first home and a dog, as well as getting married.
I spent five years as a prosecutor in the Racine County District Attorney’s office and made the leap to civil law in January of 2014 with Habush Habush & Rottier. Since then, I’ve heard the above comment expressed with some frequency by lawyers who only practice criminal law and question how well their experience would transfer to a civil practice.
While each one of Christine Esser’s cases is different, they share a common theme: Clients are struggling to put their lives back together after an accident.
After much anticipation, the Department of Labor finalized its new overtime-compensation rule on May 18.
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