Labor & Employment

Axley has a dynamic practice representing the interests of management in every phase of labor and employment law. Axley labor and employment attorneys counsel both private and public sector employers in preparing and implementing effective personnel policies, employee relations procedures and affirmative action programs.

Should employers become involved in labor or employment litigation, Axley attorneys offer the experience needed to represent them efficiently and effectively in both federal and state courts. As a member of the Employers Counsel Network, Axley edits the Wisconsin Employment Law Letter.

Axley attorneys also offer legal guidance on The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“ACA”). Our team frequently teaches and works with employers, attorneys and other professionals on how the bill may affect their business. We constantly monitor new developments in the law and report these updates to our clients.

Labor & Employment Attorneys

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Client Successes

Some of our past experience in the field.
Representation of Small Contractor in Union Dispute
Dispute over unfunded mandates with Union resulting in settlement with the Union.
Dismissal - Federal Lawsuit - Liquor License
Obtained dismissal of federal lawsuit filed by tavern against City that refused to issue liquor license because of prior problems with its license
Dismissal - Federal Lawsuit - Confinement Conditions
Obtained dismissal of federal lawsuit filed by prisoner regarding conditions of confinement

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Do Some Employees Have Fiduciary Duties, Too? Wisconsin Appellate Courts Tilt Toward Yes

Under Wisconsin law, business owners, as well as persons in named managerial roles (e.g., directors and officers), owe fiduciary duties to...
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Liable for Contractor’s Miscues? Don’t Be Fooled by General Rule—Know the Exceptions

There are several benefits to hiring independent contractors. One benefit is avoiding liability for work the contractor negligently performs. Specifically,...
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Supervisor’s Racial Actions Don’t Need to be ‘Hellish’ to Qualify as Hostile

A supervisor’s use of racial epithets and harassing behavior may create a racially hostile work environment even when a coworker’s...

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