Colin Good

Madison Employment Attorney
Madison Employment Agreement Attorney

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Colin Good

Madison Employment Attorney
Madison Employment Agreement Attorney

“Colin is a brilliant lawyer who will help you navigate through the most difficult times. He is a man of integrity, and I recommend him highly to anyone who needs representation to receive a fair hearing and justice.”

Colin is a brilliant lawyer who will help you navigate through the most difficult times.

Attorney Colin Good

Paralegal Jeannine Anderson

Madison Employment Attorney

As Senior Counsel at Hawks Quindel, attorney Colin Good has the expertise and experience necessary to help navigate any obstacles or challenges you may face in the workplace. Attorney Good is a tireless advocate, who ensures hard-working people like you overcome tough legal issues in the workplace, such as discrimination, retaliation, harassment, or wrongful termination. He has dedicated his practice to seeking fair treatment for workers through the enforcement of local, state, and federal labor and employment laws, and looks forward to assisting you in achieving your goals, whatever they may be.

Attorney Good currently serves on the Board of Directors for the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Public Interest Law Section, and Employment and Labor Section. He is also a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin, the Dane County Bar Association, the Western District Bar Association, and the James E. Doyle American Inns of Court. Colin has been selected to Best Lawyers from 2020 – 2021.

Experience

Attorney Good focuses his practice in the areas of employment and labor law, with particular experience in litigating various employment issues in local, state, and federal courts, as well as administrative agencies. Attorney Good has a depth of experience litigating tort claims arising from the employment relationship, including discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, whistleblower protection, and employment contracts with restrictive covenants, such as noncompetition, nonsolicitation, and trade secrets. Attorney Good has litigated or assisted in the litigation of claims under the Americans with Disabilities Act, Family and Medical Leave Act, Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, and Fair Labor Standards Act, as well as other civil rights and constitutional claims. He has also assisted many employees with the negotiation of severance agreements, and the resolution of other workplace matters, enabling them to achieve their goals of terminating or continuing their employment as desired.

Attorney Good clerked for Justices Jim Regnier and Brian Morris of the Montana Supreme Court from 2004 to 2005, before beginning practice in Wisconsin.

Attorney Colin Good

Paralegal Jeannine Anderson

Kudos to the wonderful team of attorneys at Hawks Quindel in Madison. Together as a team of three attorneys, each with their own expertise, they worked diligently to help me resolve a matter with my employer. Turning my case over to them, they reviewed all the facts, knew the laws, told me my rights, and finally obtained a resolution, which allowed me to put my life back on track. You get real peace of mind working with the attorneys at Hawks Quindel. I can honestly say you won’t be disappointed having these attorneys on your side. Using this law firm comes highly recommended because if you want results, you “will” get them.

 

Jean

Employment Discrimination client

Colin Good
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Publications

“Employment Agreements and Employee Handbooks” co-author, State Bar of Wisconsin 7th Ed. 2018
“Advising Older Clients and Their Families, Volume I” co-author, State Bar of Wisconsin 3rd Ed. 2016

Presentations

“Physician Employment Agreement and Contract Negotiations” University of Wisconsin Medical School – June 2020
“Cannabis In the Workplace” Labor and Employment Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin – November 2019
“Employment Law Update” State Bar of Wisconsin October 2019
“Arrest and Conviction Record Discrimination In the Workforce” Health, Labor, and Employment Law Institute – August 2019
“Women In the Law” Western District of Wisconsin Bar Association – May 2019
“Mass Incarceration and the Workforce: Collateral Consequences and Arrest and Conviction Record Discrimination in Wisconsin” State Bar of Wisconsin – March 2019
“Physician Employment Agreement and Contract Negotiations” American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists – October 2018
“The Changing Landscape of Administrative Law: Agency Deference Has Been Defenestrated Tetra Tech, Beres, and Wisconsin Bell” State Bar of Wisconsin – October 2018
“What Now? Technology in LEL Dispute Resolution” Health, Labor, and Employment Law Institute – August 2018
“Identifying and Preventing Workplace Sexual Harassment in the Wake of #MeToo” State Bar of Wisconsin – May 2018
“Discrimination in Hiring” Dodge County Bar Association – March 2018
“Cancer and Careers – Know Your Rights” Leukemia & Lymphoma Society – September 2017
“Emerging Issues in Restrictive Covenants in Wisconsin” Health, Labor, and Employment Law Institute – August 2017
“Employment Law Year In Review” State Bar of Wisconsin Annual Meeting June 2017
“Best Practices for Conducting Arbitrations” Health, Labor, and Employment Law Institute 2016
“Emerging Issues in Age Discrimination in the Employment Context” State Bar of Wisconsin, Elder Law Basics 2016
“Mass Incarceration and the Workforce: Arrest and Conviction Record Discrimination in Wisconsin” Legal Association of Women 2016
“Employee Background Checks: Emerging Issues and Best Practices” Health, Labor, and Employment Law Institute 2015
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