Author Archives: Shannon
Please note our new address as of November 1, 2023 will be 20225 Water Tower Blvd., Ste. 100, Brookfield, WI 53045.
Meet our new paralegals; from L to R: Taylor Adel, Felix Rosa, and Maya Gamrat.
On July 30, 2020, Governor Evers issued a mandate requiring all Wisconsin residents to wear a face covering, starting August 1, 2020, while indoors until September 28, 2020. The penalty for failure to comply is $200. The mandate require all … Read more
As of June 2, 2020, the Office of Worker’s Compensation Hearings will allow Worker’s Compensation Hearing to be conducted via video by the request of both parties. This is not a permanent change, but one we will need to navigate … Read more
Happy June! Here are a few updates: 1) Our firm has a new attorney. Maxx Forti has been working as a law clerk, and is now a 2020 Graduate of Marquette University Law School. Maxx is a 2017 Graduate of … Read more
LIRC, decided March 12, 2020 Facts: The Claimant-Employee (Claimant) worked for the City of Green Bay (Employer), beginning in 1987. She worked in multiple departments, including in the sanitation department, public works, and the sewage department. She alleged a left … Read more
On May 13, 2020, in a 4-3 decision, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Wednesday afternoon that DHS Secretary-Designee Andrea Palm’s Emergency Order 28 was “unlawful, invalid, and unenforceable”. The ruling is effective immediately, and essentially forces the Legislature, the Governor, … Read more
Court of Appeals, decided April 16, 2020 Per Curiam – Per Curiam opinions may not be cited in any court of this state as precedent or authority, except for the limited purposes specified in Rule 809.23(3). Stats. Facts: The Claimant-Employee … Read more
On Monday, April 20, 2020, Governor Evers announced the Badger Bounce Back Plan (the Plan) to begin to re-open Wisconsin’s economy. The plan is based on the similar guidelines issued by President Trump last week. The Plan is broken into … Read more
On March 30, 2020, the Worker’s Compensation Ratings Bureau released its Circular Letter addressing new issues that impact Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation Insurance Carriers and Employers. One specific issue we felt should be highlighted is how premiums paid by Employers would … Read more