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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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Johnson to Speak at Advanced Wage and Hour Seminar in Park City Utah

February 18, 2014

Attorney Larry Johnson to speak at the Ohio Association for Justice's Advanced Wage and Hour continuing legal education seminar in Park City Utah on March 24th through the 26th. Johnson will discuss the broadening scope of successor liability under the Fair Labor Standards Act and his successful arguments before the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals on the issue in Teed v. Thomas & Betts Power ... more->>

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Halstead and Good Win Victory for AFSCME Union Against Marinette County In Wisconsin Court of Appeals

February 11, 2014

On October 26, 2012, AFSCME, Local 1752-A (Marinette County Professional Employees) filed a motion in Marinette County Circuit Court to confirm the Arbitrator Lauri A. Millot's August 10, 2012 arbitration award in the Union’s favor. The Arbitrator's Award, issued following receipt of evidence and consideration of extensive argument by the parties, extended for an additional year the terms and ... more->>

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Murshid to Present at Plaintiff's Guide to Employment Discrimination Litigation Webinar

February 07, 2014

On February 13, 2014, Attorney Summer Murshid will join panelists to discuss a variety of topics relating to the practice of employment discrimination litigation. Specifically, Murshid will present on Case Selection and Intake, The Initial Court Complaint and Remedies and Damages. The program is sponsored by the National Business Institute.... more->>

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Richard Saks to be Panelist at National Commission on Voting Rights -- Minnesota/Wisconsin Hearing

February 06, 2014

As part of a nation-wide series of hearings across the county, the National Commission on Voting Rights will convene at the University of Minnesota Law School on Feb. 25 from 4 pm to 8 pm. Attorney Richard Saks, who serves as counsel for the Milwaukee Branch of the NAACP in various voting rights matters, and is also it Legal Redress Chair, will serve as a panelist and provide testimony on behalf ... more->>

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NAACP/Voces Voter ID Case Update -- Oral Argument Before Supreme Court Scheduled for Feb. 25

February 05, 2014

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has scheduled oral argument for later this month, on Feb. 25th at 9:45 am in the NAACP/Voces challenge to the constitutionality of the voter ID requirement in 2011 Wisconsin Act 23. Hawks Quindel attorneys Richard Saks, Michele Sumara, and Jeffrey Sweetland have represented the plaintiffs, including the Milwaukee Branch of the NAACP, Voces de la Frontera, and 12 ... more->>

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WISN 12's Colleen Henry Reports on Wage Theft Claim Against St. Vincent Hospital in Green Bay, WI

February 04, 2014

Attorney Summer Murshid was interviewed by WISN 12's Colleen Henry as part of a Channel 12 Investigation into employees performing work without pay. Henry spoke to Murshid and her client, Margaret Watzka, about the increasing pressures on employees to work from home and at work without being properly compensated for their time. Murshid represents Watzka, and similarly situated nurses, in a claim ... more->>

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Hawks Quindel Attorney Rachel Krueger Elected to the Order of the Coif by the UW Law School

January 30, 2014

The University of Wisconsin Law School has announced the 26 members of the Class of 2013 who have been elected to the Order of the Coif. Hawks Quindel’s own Rachel Krueger was one of those 26 graduates honored. The Order of the Coif, a national honor society for law school graduates, is considered one of the highest honors a law student can receive. To gain membership into the order, a student ... more->>

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