Laffey, Leitner & Goode LLC is pleased to announce that eight LLG attorneys have earned recognition from Best Lawyers in 2021
LLG is proud to again be a lead sponsor at DCHS’s annual Toto’s Gala, which is being held virtually on March 12, 2021, with a focus on the last 100 years.
LLG and the Animal Legal Defense Fund filed suit on behalf of whistleblower and UW alum Madeline Krasno against the University of Wisconsin for violations of Krasno’s First Amendment rights
Going against the economic grain of 2020, LLG is pleased to bring Maura K. Woods onto its team as an associate attorney.
Directly on the heels of a torrent of honors from U.S. News-Best Lawyers, the attorneys at Laffey, Leitner & Goode LLC have even more to celebrate as 2020 winds to a close. Seven of the firm’s attorneys have landed on this year’s Super Lawyers list.
In addition to the firm’s Tier 1 recognition, individual attorneys at LLG have garnered a veritable slew of honors.
The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin entered a preliminary injunction in four voting-rights cases.
LLG partners, Sarah E. Thomas Pagels and John W. Halpin have recently authored the article “Trust But Verify: Best Practices in Standard and Non-Standard Contracts and Agreements”.
Members of Laffey, Leitner & Goode LLC Franchise and Dealership Team, recently co-authored, “Thinking Outside the State: The Dormant Commerce Clause and Its Impact on State Relationship Law” published in the American Bar Association’s Franchise Law Journal.
Today, in partnership with our colleagues, LLG has filed a class action in the United States District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin. The lawsuit seeks to rectify Wisconsin’s unlawful decision that impaired the constitutionally-protected, fundamental right to vote of the Plaintiffs and the Class of all other disenfranchised Wisconsin voters they represent.