Beyond being subject to less liability for injuries on construction projects, contractors could see a decrease in their legal expenses should lawmakers adopt a proposal that went before a legislative panel on Thursday.Read More »
A bill going before lawmakers this week would make various changes to rules involving the approval of construction and plumbing plans and variances from building codes.Read More »
Although Sanjuana Maltos doesn’t work in the trades, her recent experience with Wisconsin’s unemployment system may serve as a cautionary tale to laid-off construction workers who are trying to navigate the state’s new benefits laws. For nearly two decades, Maltos would travel ...
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Herb Miller’s commitment to supplier diversity has found success in part because of his belief that these partnerships are founded on trusting relationships, rather than informal contacts.Read More »
From its office in Milwaukee to its offices in Salt Lake City, Utah, Michael Best & Friedrich is making strides in fostering diversity and inclusion both internally and around the communities the firm serves.Read More »
At Godfrey & Kahn, it’s the individuals at the firm who drive its diversity and inclusion efforts — both internal and external.Read More »
Milwaukee-based Hupy and Abraham’s commitment to diversity is firmly rooted in its history. One of the firm’s founders, the attorney Lloyd Barbee, filed the first school-integration lawsuit to move forward in Milwaukee in the 1960s.Read More »
The state Legislature is likely to soon take up a bill that would prevent state officials from requiring that more than one journeyman ever supervise any one new apprentice. State-mandated journeyman-to-apprentice ratios now vary by trade. For carpenters, for example, the mandatory ratio ...
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