When my law firm, Quarles & Brady, combined with a labor and employment boutique firm in San Diego last January — more than 2,000 miles from Indianapolis — it may not have initially seemed especially newsworthy to people locally.
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Noncompete agreements have been a longstanding topic of debate in employment law. In 2023, the federal government inserted itself into the debate.
Religious entities enjoy constitutional and statutory exemptions from a variety of employment laws. Recent cases in Indiana and across the country are challenging the applicability and scope of these exemptions.
Quarles & Brady LLP, a Milwaukee-based law firm with an office in Indianapolis, is combining with Denver-based Adsero IP, an intellectual property law firm, effective March 1. The deal marks Quarles’ second combination in as many months.
Quarles & Brady, which has an office in Indianapolis, is combining with the California law firm of Paul Plevin Sullivan & Connaughton LLP on New Year’s Day — expanding Quarles’ national footprint to 500 attorneys across 11 U.S. locations.
Quarles & Brady LLP has announced that Joel Tragesser has become managing partner of the firm’s Indianapolis office, effective Monday. He succeeds Lucy Dollens, who has led the office since 2017.
Five law firms with ties to Indiana have been named among Working Mother’s list of the 60 best for women nationwide.