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Top Stratford Wrongful Termination Lawyers - Wisconsin

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    Good people, great lawyers. That's the reputation Nash Law Group enjoys in the heart of Wisconsin. We are a close-knit group of attorneys founded by Ray Graves and Samuel Casey in the early 1940s. Sam Casey went on to lead Nekoosa-Edwards Paper Co. The general practice firm they created grew to five practicing lawyers, two locations, and an unbreakable bond with the people and businesses of...

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    "Good people, great lawyers." That's what people in central Wisconsin say about Nash Law Group — Marshfield. We are a close-knit group of attorneys founded by Ray Graves and Samuel Casey in the early 1940s. Sam Casey went on to lead Nekoosa-Edwards Paper Co. to enormous success. The general practice firm the two men created grew to a team of five practicing lawyers today, two...

  • At Peterson, Berk & Cross, S.C., in Appleton, Wisconsin, we know that facing a criminal charge or suffering a personal injury can make the future seem unclear. The team at our law firm, which also serves people in the Green Bay area, focuses on providing you with clarity and options. On staff, we have a certified mediator and attorneys who have successfully negotiated settlements, as we know...

  • Fox & Fox, S.C. is an experienced, nationally recognized law firm that has successfully handled employment, civil rights, whistleblower and personal injury cases throughout Wisconsin and the Chicago metropolitan area for over 30 years. A proven record of defending individual rights There are powerful laws protecting individuals from discrimination, retaliation and sexual harassment in...

  • 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...

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Wrongful termination lawyers protect the rights of people who have been wrongfully terminated and determine violations of federal and state anti-discrimination and harassment laws, and employment agreements.

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