Daniel T. Dennehy is a graduate of St. Louis University (summa cum laude), The University of Minnesota, and Marquette Law School (magna cum laude). As an attorney, Mr. Dennehy advises private sector clients, especially health care providers on all aspects of employment, personnel, and labor matters. As part of this advising, he has conducted management seminars, including those for MRA, Wisconsin Society for Healthcare Risk Management (WSHRM), Health Care Mega Conference, Wisconsin Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (WSHHRA), American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management (AAHAM), and Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM). Mr. Dennehy also litigates employment-related claims in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies. He has successfully defended clients against hundreds of employment discrimination claims.
Mr. Dennehy has authored the Wages and Hours chapter of Wisconsin Employment Law and the Wisconsin Wages & Hours Handbook (1st, 2nd, and 3rd Editions), both published by the State Bar of Wisconsin. He was the first Legal Liaison to the Board of Directors of WSHHRA (2008-2010). Mr. Dennehy’s professional memberships include the American Bar Association and the State Bar of Wisconsin. He also is a member of the American Health Lawyers Association and the Milwaukee Bar Association. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Sigma Nu.
Rufino Gaytán III is an attorney at Godfrey & Kahn, S.C., where he is a member of the firm’s Labor & Employment Practice Group. Mr. Gaytán regularly counsels employers on discrimination, wage and hour, unfair labor practice, and other labor and employment issues. He also litigates such matters in Wisconsin state and federal courts and before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Wisconsin Equal Rights Division and other state and federal administrative agencies. Mr. Gaytán frequently presents at seminars and conferences designed to assist employers in maintaining a respectful and lawful workplace.
Mr. Gaytán graduated from The University of Texas at Austin and The University of Wisconsin Law School. Mr. Gaytán is a U.S. Army veteran and served in Iraq from March 2004 - March 2005. Mr. Gaytán attained the rank of Sergeant and was awarded the Army Commendation Medal and the Combat Action Badge for his service in Iraq.
Mary K. Bruno is the Human Resources Manager for the Lubar School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She is a graduate of UW-Whitewater. After working as an HR Manager in healthcare and manufacturing, she joined UWM in 2011. Ms. Bruno administrates all personnel actions in the Lubar School of Business including the coordination of recruitment and selection processes, employment relations, benefits, classification and compensation processes, and the interpretation and implementation of various federal, state, and campus regulations and guidelines. She also serves as a liaison with the Provost’s Office, the Department of Human Resources, Payroll, and Accounting on personnel matters relating to the Lubar School of Business. In 2013, Ms. Bruno was awarded the Lubar School Business Advisory Council Outstanding Performance Award.
Greg W. Renz is a graduate of Marquette University (summa cum laude) and The University of Chicago Law School (cum laude). For almost 40 years, he has worked as an attorney for Foley & Lardner LLP, concentrating primarily in the area of employee retirement benefits. Although technically in “retired” status since February 2013, he continues to practice on a part-time basis assisting Foley & Lardner LLP with its own employee benefit plans.
Mr. Renz has authored the Private Retirement Financing chapter of Advising Older Clients and Their Families, and co-authored the Employee Benefits chapter of Wisconsin Employment Law, both published by the State Bar of Wisconsin. His professional memberships include the American Bar Association and State Bar of Wisconsin.
Melissa R. Soberalski manages Soberalski Immigration Law, LLC. Her firm specializes in family-based petitions and visas for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Ms. Soberalski obtained her law degree with pro-bono honors from Marquette University Law School. For her services as a law student in the Milwaukee-area immigrant community, she received the 2011 Public Interest Law Student of the Year Award from the Wisconsin State Bar. From 2011 until 2013, Ms. Soberalski served as an editor and author for the American Bar Association's Pro Bono and Public Interest Newsletter.
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