Milwaukee Area EEOC Office And Mexican Consulate Sign Historic Cooperation Agreement
September 12, 2016 / News
Last week, the Milwaukee Area Office of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) entered into a memorandum of understanding with the Consulate of Mexico. The agreement establishes collaboration between the Milwaukee EEOC and Mexican Consulate to provide Mexican nationals with information,
Joseph Ferrini Argues Before The Supreme Court Of The State Of Alabama
September 12, 2016 / News
Joseph Ferrini recently presented oral argument on behalf of an appellant before the Supreme Court of the State of Alabama. This is a rare achievement as the Alabama Supreme Court grants oral argument in less than 1% of its cases.
Ryerson Named Leading Lawyer In Illinois For 2016
The Law Bulletin Publishing Company, through its subsidiary Leading Lawyers of Chicago, has named Clausen Miller’s Thomas Ryerson as a 2016 Leading Lawyer for Medical Malpractice and PI Defense.
Tom is best known locally for defending physicians in medical malpractice trials.
Clausen Miller Announces New Office In Wisconsin
Clausen Miller is proud to announce the opening of an office in Appleton, Wisconsin. Located in the Fox Valley region, the new office enhances the Firm’s ability to offer its full array of legal services throughout Wisconsin including all state and federal courts.
Clausen Miller Welcomes Former Sidley Austin Partner Lisa Hausten To Its Appellate And Business Litigation Practice Groups
Clausen Miller is proud to announce that experienced appellate practitioner and business litigator Lisa A. Hausten has joined the firm’s Chicago office as a Partner. A graduate of the University of Chicago Law School, Lisa practiced law at Sidley &
CM Wins Defense Verdict In Cook County Medical Malpractice Case
On August 10, 2016, a Cook County jury rejected Plaintiff’s wrongful death claims against an internal medicine physician and his practice group, both represented by Robert L. Reifenberg and Kathleen M. Klein. The doctor and his group were the sole defendants.
SPECIAL ALERT—FOCUS ON INDIANA: Indiana Supreme Court Clarifies Standard For Summary Judgment
In Gaff v. Indiana-Purdue University of Fort Wayne, 2016 Ind. LEXIS 287 (April 22, 2016), the Indiana Supreme Court affirmed summary judgment in favor of Purdue on a cause of action for alleged retaliatory termination from employment due to discrimination brought under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Casualty Defense Group Obtains Decision Dismissing Trip And Fall Negligence Claim And Cross-Claims
CM Partners Carl M. Perri and Matthew J. Van Dusen were retained to represent defendant Wild Ginger NYC Corp. (“Wild Ginger”), a Manhattan Chinese restaurant that rented space from its co-defendant landlord,
Perri And Leis Obtain Early Dismissal Of Claims In Construction Defect Litigation
Carl Perri and Matthew Leis, partners of the New York and New Jersey offices of Clausen Miller’s Professional Liability and Casualty Defense Practice Group, recently won summary judgment on behalf of our paving company client in a construction defect action after lengthy motion practice.
Ryerson Acts As Monitoring Counsel At Trial And Obtain A Defense Verdict
Clausen Miller partner Tom Ryerson recently assisted in securing a defense verdict for the City of Chicago in a high-exposure claim against two city paramedics. The plaintiffs alleged that the paramedics acted willfully and wantonly in treating a young lady who experienced a serious allergic reaction after eating take-out food containing peanuts.