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Civil Rights

Gingras and Thompson Settle Title VII Lawsuit On Behalf of Client for $167,000

Partner Bob Gingras and attorney Scott Thompson of Gingras, Thomsen and Wachs Lawyers settled a lawsuit in the Western District of Wisconsin on behalf of our client for $167,000. Our client alleged in her complaint…

Gingras and Thompson Settle Title VII Lawsuit On Behalf of Client for $167,000

Awards and Recognition

Six GTW Attorneys Recognized as 2020 Wisconsin Super Lawyers and Two Named 2020 Rising Stars

Gingras, Thomsen & Wachs is pleased to announce that six firm attorneys have been recognized as 2020 Wisconsin Super Lawyers. In addition, two attorneys have earned the designation of 2020 Wisconsin Rising Stars. GTW partners…

Six GTW Attorneys Recognized as 2020 Wisconsin Super Lawyers and Two Named 2020 Rising Stars

News

Beverly Wickstrom and WAJ – Legal Immunity is Not a Solution to the COVID-19 Pandemic

(Madison) The Wisconsin Association for Justice (WAJ) calls on legislators to immediately work with the Governor to create a comprehensive pandemic response plan that puts the health and safety of Wisconsin residents first and gets…

Beverly Wickstrom and WAJ – Legal Immunity is Not a Solution to the COVID-19 Pandemic
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Civil Rights

Bucks Guard Sterling Brown Authorizes GTW Partner Mark Thomsen to Sign Historic Settlement in Civil Rights Lawsuit with the City of Milwaukee

Gingras, Thomsen and Wachs partner Mark Thomsen, on behalf of Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown, signed a settlement agreement with the City of Milwaukee. The City will admit to violating Brown’s constitutional rights and incorporate…

Bucks Guard Sterling Brown Authorizes GTW Partner Mark Thomsen to Sign Historic Settlement in Civil Rights Lawsuit with the City of Milwaukee

GTW Cases

GTW Lawyers Settle $5.25 Million Wrongful Death and Personal Injury Suit Resulting From Drunk Driving Accident

GTW attorneys Robert Gingras, Michael Luebke, Riley Leonard and Kim Sweatt recently settled a wrongful death and personal injury lawsuit that occurred as a result of a drunk driving accident. On the afternoon of October…

GTW Lawyers Settle $5.25 Million Wrongful Death and Personal Injury Suit Resulting From Drunk Driving Accident

GTW Cases

Seven GTW Attorneys Recognized as 2021 Best Lawyers in America

Gingras, Thomsen & Wachs is pleased to announce that seven firm attorneys have been included in the 2021 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Since it was first published in1983, Best Lawyers has become…

Seven GTW Attorneys Recognized as 2021 Best Lawyers in America

GTW Cases

Kinne Files Title II Lawsuit Against Cuba City School District

Gingras, Thomsen and Wachs Partner Paul Kinne has filed a Title II lawsuit against the Cuba City School District (CCSD) for violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Rehabilitation Act. Our client is specifically…

Kinne Files Title II Lawsuit Against Cuba City School District

GTW Cases

Criminal Charges Filed in Wrongful Death of Community Activist Cesar Stinson

Criminal charges have been filed as a result of the deadly January crash involving an unmarked police squad car driven by Deputy Sheriff Joel R. Streicher and community activist Ceasar Stinson. Stinson was well known…

Criminal Charges Filed in Wrongful Death of Community Activist Cesar Stinson

GTW Cases

Wachs Settles Personal Injury Case for $400,000

Partner Dana Wachs recently resolved a personal injury case in the amount of $400,000. The accident involved a nonsurgical back injury sustained when a semi-truck driver unexpectedly drove his truck forward at a loading dock,…

Wachs Settles Personal Injury Case for $400,000

GTW Cases

Thomsen and Sulton File Lawsuit Against Inspire Brands, Inc. Citing Negligence and Racial Discrimination

Attorneys Mark Thomsen and William Sulton of Gingras, Thomsen and Wachs Lawyers have filed a lawsuit with the Milwaukee County Circuit Court against Inspire Brands, Inc. in response to an assault and battery incident occurring…

Thomsen and Sulton File Lawsuit Against Inspire Brands, Inc. Citing Negligence and Racial Discrimination