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Labor & Employment Law Alert
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Appellate Litigation Law Alert
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Health Law Update
Twenty-Four Quarles & Brady Partners Receive Certificates in Executive Management
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Donald W. Layden, Jr. Received 2013 Alumnus of the Year Award from Marquette University
Dienelt and McIntosh Selected for Inclusion in 2013 Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers®
Quarles & Brady Executive Director Named to Madison Superintendent’s Teaching and Learning Transition Team
Think (and Move) Fast!
Client needed to close international finance deal with a $350 million revolving credit facility and issuance of $150 million in bonds in 30 days. Mission accomplished.
Client wanted to “swap” parts of its businesses with another, but the tax implications were a major concern. A “Reverse Morris Trust” created a tax-free spinoff.
Getting Traction on Employer Rights
Faced with several NLRB charges and a union strike, our distributor client faced (and overcame) major threats to its business.
Settling the Giordano’s Bankruptcy: The Art of Leaving a Slice for Everyone
By the time a trustee was appointed to oversee the disposal of the Giordano’s Pizza chain in Chicago, it seemed unlikely that anyone would recover what they had lost in the company.
Leftover Milk is Green Power
When a large dairy cooperative plant outgrew its local wastewater treatment capacity, they needed a clean energy solution rather than expecting the taxpayers to build a new facility.
Putting the Puzzle Together While the Pieces Change
When the rules changed in the midst of two major syndicated loans involving a network of assisted care facilities, our lender client needed to renegotiate the business terms of both deals.