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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Should a landowner have to pay extra taxes for a nearby public project even though it has had no effect on the value of his property?Read More »
Chad Smith, owner of Master Electric in West Bend, employs four journey men, two apprentices and two helpers. He would like to move his two helpers into his trade’s apprenticeship program. But with the journeyman-to-apprenticeship ratio the state has set for ...
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Lawmakers on Wednesday heard public testimony on a bill that would let dredgers dispose of fill material in certain types of wetlands without first obtaining a permit. And some of the support, at least, is coming from a surprising source – ...Read More »