Environmental attorneys Chris Jaekels and Kevin Lyons have been selected to serve as Umpires by the Department of Natural Resources. They both met the qualifications based on Wis. Stat. § 292.35 and will assist with local government cost recovery disputes for environmental remediation activities. For more information, please visit the Wisconsin...
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Litigation and Mediation attorney, Kevin Lyons has been selected to serve on the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Transition and Search Committee. This Committee will aid the Board of Governors to select the next Executive Director. The current Executive Director, George Brown will retire in June 2017 after 16 years of service in that role. For more...
Immigration Attorney Hugo Rojas Discusses Upcoming Supreme Court Decision to Impact Legal Status for Immigrants
Hugo Rojas of Davis & Kuelthau’s immigration and labor and employment teams authored an article, U.S. Supreme Court to Decide on Legal Status for Immigrants, for New North B2B’s June 2016 publication. To read the article, please click here.
Litigation Attorney Sherry Coley was elected to the Judicial Council of the State Bar for a three-year term. The Judicial Council is a 21-member body whose principal statutory responsibilities are to study and make recommendations relating to court pleading, practice and procedure and organization, jurisdiction and methods of administration and...
By Dillon J. Ambrose On November 4, 2015, the Civil Committee of the Eastern District of Wisconsin Bar Association hosted a CLE entitled “Changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: What You Need to Know.” Cynthia Rigsby, a partner at Foley & Lardner, moderated a lively exchange between a panel consisting of Magistrate Judge Nancy...
By Aaron E. Hall Aaron Hall of Davis & Kuelthau’s litigation team authored an article, Battle of the Forms: Practical Tactics to Minimize Risk in Day-to-Day Transactions, for New North B2B’s April 2016 publication. To read the article, please click here.
Litigation attorney, William Mulligan co-authored a chapter in the second edition of the State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE’s Business Litigation in Wisconsin, book. In the chapter, Addressing Allegations of Corporate Crimes: Initial Considerations for the Corporate Counsel, William along with Franklyn M. Gimbel and Kathryn A. Keppel, highlight...
Intellectual Property Attorney Joe Heino Featured in Wisconsin Law Journal: Novel Idea: Heino Helps Clients Protect Their Property
Joe Heino, Corporate, Franchising and Intellectual Property attorney in Davis & Kuelthau’s Milwaukee’s office, was featured in Wisconsin Law Journal’s Asked & Answered interview series. This series provides a personal and professional perspective on individual attorneys both in and outside of the office. To read the full article, please...
Laurie Meyer Published in DRI on Supreme Court’s New Test for Determining Employer Violations of 1978 Pregnancy Discrimination Act
Laurie Meyer, shareholder, of Davis & Kuelthau’s Labor & Employment team published an article, Preventing Claims Related to Failure to Accommodate Pregnancy, in DRI’s January 2016 For The Defense magazine. In the wake of Young v. United Parcel Services, Inc., their article addresses the new test requiring employers to prove that their...
Immigration Attorney, Hugo Rojas has been selected as President of the Whitefish Bay Civic Foundation. In this role, Hugo will lead the Foundation Board of Directors in its community-wide activities throughout the year. These activities include the organization of community-wide events throughout the year. His term will run from January 2016 -...