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Attorney Charlton to Present Keynote Address on Whistleblowing for the Association of Fundraising Professionals Local Chapter

July 18, 2014

Attorney Katherine Charlton will present "Legal and Ethical Implications of Whistleblowing" to the Southeastern Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals at the Italian Community Center on October 23, 2014. AFP is a professional organization of individuals and organizations who generate philanthropic support for a wide variety of charitable organizations, with 30,000 members and ... more->>

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Attorney Schroder To Present At Wisconsin Association For Justice Summer Seminar

July 03, 2014

Attorney Danielle Schroder will speak at the Wisconsin Association for Justice Annual Summer Seminar in Door County July 11 and 12, 2014. Schroder's presentation entitled "Short and Long Term Disability Benefits – What You Need To Know" will provide an overview of ERISA disability benefit claims, from the initial application process to litigation of wrongful denial of benefits claims.... more->>

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LIRC Finds Employer Discriminated Against Job Candidate Based On His Conviction Record

July 02, 2014

On June 16, 2014, the Labor and Industry Review Commission (LIRC) issued a fair employment decision finding that RTS Distributors, an independent distributor of Kirby vacuum cleaners, discriminated against Donald Zunker, a job applicant, when it interviewed but failed to hire him due to his conviction record. The Commission also held that RTS violated the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act by posting ... more->>

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Truck Driver’s Multiple Rule Violations Did Not Amount to “Substantial Fault” Under Wisconsin Unemployment Law

June 09, 2014

A Wisconsin Administrative Law Judge affirmed the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development's initial determination that a truck driver was entitled to unemployment benefits. Attorney Danielle Schroder represented the employee in the hearing on the matter. The employer Waste Management cited multiple incidents, including an accident with a parked vehicle, striking an awning, sideswiping a ... more->>

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Wisconsin Supreme Court Denies Waukesha County’s Petition for Review of Decision in Favor of Wisconsin Professional Police Association and its Deputy Sheriff

June 06, 2014

On May 23, 2014, the Wisconsin Supreme Court denied a Petition for Review, filed by Waukesha County, which sought review of a Wisconsin Court of Appeals decision in favor of the Wisconsin Professional Police Association. The court of appeals had held that a Waukesha County deputy sheriff had the right to seek an impartial arbitrator’s review of the County’s termination of his employment, even ... more->>

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Photo ID Update – U.S. District Judge Lynn Adelman Rules ACT 23 Unlawful – Wisconsin Supreme Court Decision Imminent

May 05, 2014

While legislation and litigation swirled across the country during the Spring of 2014 involving Photo ID requirements for voting, four cases challenging the validity of Wisconsin’s Photo ID law, 2011 Wisconsin Act 23, reached critical stages in Wisconsin state and federal courts. On April 28, following a two-week trial in November 2013, U.S. District Court Judge Lynn Adelman issued a sweeping 90... more->>

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Madison Workers Comp Lawyer Aaron Halstead Wins $55,000 Award for Worker Fired after Work Injury

April 17, 2014

James Stahl had been a loyal, productive employee of Light Haus glass company of Madison, Wisconsin, for 11 years when he suffered a knee injury at work in the spring of 2012. After undergoing surgery, therapy and a six-week recovery period, Mr. Stahl’s doctors released him to return to work without further physical limitations in July 2012. Four days later, Light Haus fired Mr. Stahl, and ... more->>

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Attorney Fairweather to Present for State Bar of Wisconsin Continuing Legal Education Seminar

April 03, 2014

Attorney Nicholas Fairweather will present on Case Planning Under new Legislation and Recent Case Law for the State Bar of Wisconsin Continuing Legal Education seminar titled “Hatfields and McCoys: Advanced Topics in Landlord-Tenant Law and Litigation.” The seminar will be held on Friday, May 9, 2014 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.... more->>

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Attorney Fairweather to Present at Employment Law Seminar

February 20, 2014

On April 23, 2014, Attorney Nicholas Fairweather will discuss The Affordable Care Act and Other Developments in Employment Law at a seminar titled "Human Resource Law: What you Need to Know Now." The program is sponsored by the National Business Institute.... more->>

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The Marinette Eagle Herald Interviews Attorney Aaron Halstead on Employees Union Contract Decision

February 19, 2014

For a second time, the Court upheld an arbitrator's ruling that the 2009-11 contract of a Marinette County employees union should have been automatically renewed for another year. In his interview with staff writer Tim Greenwood of the Marinette Eagle Herald, Attorney Aaron Halstead reviewed the history of the case and what it means for the Union’s membership. Read the full article here. Read ... more->>

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