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We’re happy to share that Foley Partner Nick Welle and Associate Jesse Byam-Katzman have been selected for Wisconsin Law Journal's Legal All-Stars awards.
In its first year, the Legal All-Stars awards celebrate outstanding legal minds across Wisconsin in multiple categories. Nick was recognized on the “Leaders in the Law” list and Jesse was named to the “Rising Young Lawyers” list.
Congratulations to Nick and Jesse on the well-deserved recognition! They will be honored at an awards ceremony on December 8 in Milwaukee.
For more on their practices and awards - https://bit.ly/3FU6oo9
Congrats to University of Wisconsin Law Library Access Services Assistant Peter Lawrence-Wehrle, who is receiving the 2022 Wisconsin Law Journal Unsung Hero Award for "connecting people with the information resources they need to support their research and learning." Learn more: http://bit.ly/3UxSufn.
We are very proud to announce that Kate Bechen and Robin Lehninger were each selected to receive Wisconsin Law Journal Legal All-Star Awards. Bechen was named to the "Leaders in the Law" list, while Lehninger was named a "Rising Young Lawyer." Congratulations, Kate and Robin!
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The Wisconsin Law Journal ran our piece on killings by police in Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin Law Journal ran our story on the recent Wisconsin Supreme Court decision which weakens the state's Open Records Law.
has opened another office. In addition to our Appleton, Green Bay and Oshkosh offices we are here for you at 204 S. Main St. in Waupaca! Learn more by checking out this article in the Wisconsin Law Journal wislawjournal.com/2022/02/24/herrling-clark-opens-office-in-waupaca/
Quarles & Brady attended a luncheon at the Grain Exchange in downtown Milwaukee to celebrate the Wisconsin Law Journal "Unsung Heroes" of the legal community, including our staff members Berny Frenzer, Janet Haefemeyer and Amy Lotharius! Congratulations Berny, Janet and Amy for a well-deserved honor!
Every day, staff members across the firm help drive our success. That’s why’re so proud to see three of them honored by Wisconsin Law Journal as 2021 “Unsung Heroes.” Congratulations to Bernard Frenzer, Janet Haefemeyer and Amy Lotharius for this well-deserved recognition! https://bit.ly/3kkIAOy
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PLEASE LET'S DO THE MATH - forcing some people to deal with hardship now or hardship later.
REFLECTIONS: Please view your employees as human beings
Caring people share their time when they struggled for something they really believed in.
More often than not, employees work hard on their job not only for the sake of a money.
Their years of treatment at wprk and truthful experiences allows you to understand what matters to them and for the improvement of any organisations , please look on people's circumstances and the present conditions that affects their quality of life.
.. many of these people ended their lives and many people become vulnerable and being abused, have a long term health condition and became disabled.
How many people must die before we consider this a 'crime against humanity'?
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Retired partner Don Schott sat down with Wisconsin Law Journal to reflect on his career at Quarles & Brady and the state of U.S. judicial system. Don discussed his time as firm general counsel, the biggest changes he has seen in the Wisconsin and Milwaukee legal profession over the course of his career and his proudest moment at Quarles & Brady.
In the case of COVID-19 vaccine mandates, Husch Blackwell's Erik Eisenmann's guidance to clients throughout the state can be summarized as: Just because you can, doesn’t necessarily mean you should.
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Congratulations to partner Kevin Long for being named a 2021 “Leader in the Law” by the Wisconsin Law Journal and to senior associates Anita Boor and Matt Pietruczak for being selected by the publication as 2021 “Up and Coming Lawyers.” https://bit.ly/2Rb70ya
We're pleased to announce Attorney Ben Streckert was honored by Wisconsin Law Journal as an "Up and Coming Lawyer." To quote the individual who nominated Ben, “he has demonstrated an impressive ability to provide quality and efficient legal services to Ruder Ware’s clients.”
Today is the day we get to recognize three very special GTW honorees — named 2021 Leaders in Law and Up and Coming Lawyers by Wisconsin Law Journal! Congratulations again to our partners and Leaders in Law, Bob Gingras and Paul Kinne, as well as Up and Coming Lawyer Scott Thompson.
Our entire firm joins in celebrating the accomplishments of all recipients, who will be recognized at a virtual ceremony this afternoon.
GTW attorney Scott Thompson has additionally been recognized by Wisconsin Law Journal as one of its 2021 Up and Coming Lawyers.
Scott's professional career began in public affairs as an environmental political organizer. For two years he fought to expand renewable energy in Wisconsin before transitioning into a legal career.
In law school, Scott worked with the Wisconsin Innocence Project to correct the ultimate injustice – wrongful conviction. He then joined Gingras, Thomsen & Wachs in 2014 as a law clerk. Since joining the firm, Scott has represented people all over Wisconsin who have been treated unfairly by other people, the government, police or employers. He thinks hard and works tirelessly to correct the problems that his clients face.
Scott's dedication to helping others stems from his upbringing. He grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in a family full of caring, honest people. His parents, both public school employees, molded Scott's youthful curiosity into a passion for continued learning, discovery and difference-making.