Joel Aziere of Buelow Vetter Buikema Olson & Vliet LLC, Waukesha, was appointed president of the firm.Read More »
John Pellmann of Pellmann, Drellos & Associates SC, Brookfield, was named a lecturer in the economics department at Marquette University.Read More »
Who’s Doing What: New hires at Michael Best & Friedrich; Carr makes partner at Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan
Nicholas Boerke and Rachel Farrington have joined Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, Milwaukee.
Tagged with: Balisle & Roberson Cullen Weston Pines & Bach Davis & Kuelthau DeWitt Ross & Stevens Godfrey & Kahn Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan Halling & Cayo Hinshaw & Culbertson Hupy & Abraham Melli Law Michael Best & Friedrich Michael Hupy Peterson Johnson & Murray Quarles & Brady Ruder Ware Stafford Rosenbaum von Briesen & Roper Who's Doing What?Read More »
John Daniels Jr., chairman of Quarles & Brady LLP, recently received the Presidential Legacy Award from the National Bar Association. The Presidential Legacy Award is given to individuals who have been or are engaged in civic, entrepreneurial and professional endeavors that advance and preserve the heritage of African Americans.
Tagged with: Bell Moore & Richter Boyle Fredrickson Davis & Kuelthau Douglas Dehler Godfrey & Kahn John Daniels Kirk Deheck O’Neil Cannon Hollman DeJong & Laing Quarles & Brady Ruder Ware The Schroeder Group Thomas Shorter von Briesen & RoperRead More »
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.Read More »
Shana Lewis has joined the Labor & Employment law practice group at Davis & Kuelthau SC’s Madison office. Lewis practices in the areas of labor and employment, and school and municipal law.Read More »
Ruder Ware announced the addition of Bryan Symes to their attorney team. He will be based in the Eau Claire office as a member of the Employment, Labor & Benefits and Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice Groups. Symes represents management-side ...Read More »