Hupy and Abraham, S.C., Managing Partner Jason Abraham has been elected to the board of directors for Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin.
Starting in July, all Wisconsin courts will be allowed to hold remote proceedings under a recent petition granted by the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
The Hupy and Abraham managing partner Jason Abraham is one of the newest Fellows of the Wisconsin Law Foundation. The organization invited Abraham to become a member, and he was inducted into the fellowship at the foundation's annual recognition dinner in October.
Gimbel, Reilly, Guerin & Brown's Kathryn Keppel has been elected as a Wisconsin Law Foundation Fellow.
A solo practitioner who rarely appears in court, Derek Hawkins seldom finds himself suiting up for work.
A woman can't sue a state worker for allegedly injuring her in a car accident because she had her claim hand-delivered to the attorney general's office instead of sending it by certified mail, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
William Shatner might do the talking these days in ads for Hupy and Abraham, but that wasn’t always the case.
Don Murn thought he had his first case in the bag.
Jason Abraham always knew he wanted to be a trial lawyer.
The Association for Women Lawyers has announced its new Board of Directors.
Milwaukee attorney Jason Abraham’s personal injury practice makes it harder for him to enjoy riding motorcycles, because he’s all too aware of what can happen if things go wrong.
Jason Abraham of Hupy and Abraham SC, Milwaukee, participated Sept. 22 in the 18th annual Ridin’ to a Cure event, by the Rock River Harley Owners Group, at Wisconsin Harley-Davidson.
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