For more than 25 years, Frank has worked with corporate clients to develop effective and efficient strategies to meet business objectives. Frank, a member of the firm’s Healthcare, Life Sciences & Education team, has extensive experience counseling employers not only in the healthcare industry but also in manufacturing, insurance, technology, retail, construction, hospitality and transportation.
While Frank counsels companies on a vast array of legal issues, his primary focus is representing management in all facets of labor and employment law. Frank has extensive experience with employment discrimination matters, tort and contract claims arising from the employment relationship, unfair competition claims (including noncompetition agreements) and benefit claims. He regularly handles matters before federal and state courts, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, state agencies, the National Labor Relations Board and the U.S. Department of Labor.
In addition, Frank advises employers on a host of human resources issues, including discipline, discharge, best practices, EEO compliance, affirmative action plans, managing the electronic workplace, collective bargaining, wage and hour regulations, ADA, FMLA, workers’ compensation, OSHA, immigration compliance and reductions in force.
Frank’s representative experience includes:
Over the years, Frank has authored dozens of articles on labor, employment and unfair competition law. In addition, he is a frequent lecturer before employer groups and attorneys on topics relating to employment and litigation concerns. He has been a guest labor and employment law presenter at the State Bar of Wisconsin, and at Marquette University's Law School and School of Business. He also presents tailored in-house programs to managers and supervisors of small and large companies.