When Raye Daugherty started her career as a 23 year old, she had to work hard to establish her credibility and gain the trust of managers who were taking her advice.
WHO’S DOING WHAT: Attorneys make Chambers USA list; Butler to join American Academy of Appellate Lawyers
Quarles & Brady recently announced that one of its attorneys will lead the board of a nonprofit company that operates New York state’s power grid.
Foley & Lardner recently announced that three attorneys at the firm have been elected to partnership.
Quarles & Brady recently announced that Isaac Roang received the Next Generation United Performing Arts Fund Leadership Award.
The Packers' Ha Ha Clinton-Dix is starting a reading program sponsored by Quarles & Brady.
Litigator Larry Hammond may be retired, but the 90-year-old is not slowing down.
In providing legal services to rural-area hospitals, Jon Kammerzelt gives his clients more than just a band-aid approach.
In becoming a lawyer, Melissa McCord shifted her focus from covering problems to coming up with solutions.
A magazine has recognized 50 law firms for retaining and promoting women lawyers, and four of those firms are either based in Wisconsin or have offices here. Working Mother announced Tuesday that Foley & Lardner, Husch Blackwell, Quarles & Brady and Perkins Coie were among the “2017 Best Law Firms for Women.” According to the […]
von Briesen & Roper's Randy Nelson has been appointed to the Business Planning Committee of The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel for 2017-2018. The Business Planning Committee focuses on planning techniques for owners of closely held businesses.
In the 25 years Pat Algiers has been designing law offices, she has seen plenty of change.
Elizabeth Orelup is known by her colleagues at Quarles & Brady as an “influential and deeply respected” leader who has helped the firm shape its diversity and women’s initiatives.
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