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Dempsey Williamson Young Kelly & Hertel, established in 1849, is one of Wisconsin's oldest continuously operated law firms. Since its beginning, Dempsey Law has always provided the highest quality legal services in a skillful and efficient manner. Located in Oshkosh, we are a full service law firm comprised of skillful Wisconsin trial lawyers and experienced general practitioners representing...
Our law firm, Axley Brynelson, LLP, has a tradition for excellence dating back to our founding in Madison in 1885. Today, our firm is home to more than 50 experienced attorneys who work diligently to provide individuals, business owners and company leaders from throughout the state of Wisconsin assistance with a wide range of legal needs, including those that fall under the following practice...
We represent individuals in employment discrimination, sexual harassment, civil rights, police misconduct and retaliation cases. We have successfully fought for clients in cases the State, the federal government, municipalities, police officers, and large corporations such as Wal-Mart, Best Buy, PetSmart, Target, ShopKo, David's Bridal, Maurices, Home Depot, Denny's, and J. C. Penney. We are...
Wessels Sherman is a Midwest based labor and employment law firm with a nationwide practice. We have five offices throughout the Midwest in St. Charles, Illinois; Oconomowoc, Wisconsin; Chicago, Illinois; Davenport, Iowa and Minneapolis, Minnesota. We concentrate our practice solely in the representation of employers and management in all aspects of the employer/employee relationship. A...
Results-Oriented Employment Law Representation Having secured some of the largest whistleblower awards in the country, our attorneys at Cross Law Firm, S.C., handle a range of employment and business law issues. We have three locations: Waukesha and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as well as a Chicago, Illinois, office that is by appointment only. Our convenient offices enable us to serve people across the...
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