For over 25 years, Frank has worked with hundreds of corporate clients to develop effective and efficient strategies to meet business objectives. Frank is a member of the firm’s Healthcare, Life Sciences & Education industry, but his extensive experience extends to 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 including employment discrimination matters, tort and contract claims arising from employment relationships, unfair competition claims (including non-competition agreements) and benefit claims. Frank regularly addresses matters before federal and state courts, the EEOC, state agencies, NLRB, and the U.S. Department of Labor.
Frank is pragmatic and thinks big-picture. When advising employers under a myriad of complex business issues, they can be confident that all matters have been addressed. Frank’s experiences include:
Frank has authored dozens of articles on labor, employment and unfair competition law. Frank is a lecturer before employer groups and attorneys on topics relating to employment and litigation concerns. He has been a guest presenter at the State Bar of Wisconsin and Marquette University Law School and School of Business. He also presents tailored in-house compliance programs to executive teams, managers and supervisors.