“Tracey is an excellent lawyer with a deep understanding of the needs of employers,” said managing partner Mike Warner. “She is a welcome addition to our firm and helps further strengthen our reputation as the ‘go-to’ labor & employment boutique in Chicago.”
Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, is pleased to announce Principal Eric J. Felsberg has been named to The National Law Journal’s list of Technology Law Trailblazers. Mr. Felsberg has been recognized for moving the needle in the legal industry, and as someone who has made an impact in the technology law sector through new types of strategies and innovative data-driven strategies.
Caroline represents private and public sector clients in labor, employment, and litigation matters before state and federal trial and appellate courts and in administrative hearings before state and federal agencies including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Illinois Department of Human Rights. Caroline also counsels and represents employers in traditional labor matters including collective-bargaining, union organizing campaigns, grievance arbitrations, and matters before federal and state labor boards.
Mike Warner, our managing partner, has been selected for Crain’s Chicago 2019 Notable Gen X Leaders in Law. Mike joins a distinguished list of prominent Chicago area attorneys born between 1964 and 1979. Join us in congratulating Mike on this prestigious honor.
Franczek is delighted to announce that Jason Patterson has joined the firm as a Labor and Employment associate attorney. Jason represents the full spectrum of management clients served by the firm, including private- and public-sector employers in a variety of industries. Jason represents clients in litigation, administrative disputes, and collective-bargaining. He has expansive knowledge of and experience with litigating cases under multiple employment law statutes He advises clients on employment issues such as termination, discipline, reasonable accommodation requests, employee classification, collective-bargaining agreements, employee handbooks, and wage and hour practices.