• Attorney | Elm Grove, WI | Hynes & Kuhn, S.C. | 262-505-5678

    When Experience and Service Matter

    One of Milwaukee's "best lawyers"
            Jeff Hynes, Milwaukee Magazine, 1999
    A "Wisconsin Super Lawyer" - Employment Law
            Jeff Hynes, Law in Politics®/SuperLawyers®, 2005-2015
    ●Severance Packages/Separation Agreements/
    Non-competes, review and negotiation
    ●Exit Strategies, job transition counseling
    EEOC/ERD/Discrimination Responses 
    Mediations and Litigation
    Discipline/Performance Improvement Plan
    Disability/Medical leave/Accommodation/
      return-to-work matters
    Vacation pay, Bonus, Commissions claims


Experienced, Approachable and Focused

Because our attorneys focus exclusively on employment law, we are able to provide focused, effective, and practical legal advice that is tailored to your specific objectives and needs. Our lawyers are experienced, love what they do, and welcome any and all questions or inquirers from employees, managers, or executives who are facing difficulties, challenges, or problems in the work place.

Free Phone Consultation
Milwaukee (Metro), WI
Also listed at SuperLawyer.com 
Hours: M-F 8am-5pm,
weekends and evenings by appointment

We Cut to the Chase

Workplace disputes and career transitions can be stressful and factually complicated. It is therefore important to have legal counsel who are experienced, knowledgeable, and “cut to the chase”. Our lawyers pride themselves on providing you with a prompt review of the matter presented, an honest evaluation of strengths and weaknesses, and a straight-forward game plan moving forward. We believe the role of a good attorney is to “keep it simple,” present the options, and implement a strategy that is most likely to succeed.

We are Ready to Meet

Workplace, questions, and disputes usually demand immediate attention, and frequently need to be addressed away from the workplace, outside of regular business hours. Our lawyers are frequently available to meet on short notice and can accommodate your schedule by meeting in the evenings or on weekends, where necessary. These meetings are private, completely confidential and will be carried out without your employer knowing you are seeing an attorney. The key is to know your rights and get sound advice, before deciding the appropriate response/course of action in the workplace.

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