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MADISON, WI – Boardman & Clark LLP recently announced the addition of its newest attorney, Eileen Brownlee. Eileen joins Boardman & Clark with an established practice and over 30 years of experience in the areas of municipal law, school law, and public sector employment law.
“We are extremely excited to welcome Eileen to Boardman & Clark,” said Richard Heinemann, Chair of Boardman & Clark’s Executive Committee. “Eileen has a stellar reputation state-wide and will offer us a wealth of experience in several key practice areas that are already areas of strength at our firm.”
Eileen is a 1984 graduate cum laude of Marquette University Law School. Prior to joining Boardman & Clark, Eileen was the sole member of her firm, Kramer & Brownlee LLC, located in Fennimore, Wisconsin, where she served school districts, cities, villages, and other municipal corporations throughout the state of Wisconsin. Eileen has a wide practice that includes policy and ordinance drafting and implementation, labor negotiations, salary and benefit analyses, grievance and prohibited practice arbitration, employee misconduct investigations, advice on employee improvement plans and performance evaluations, and analysis of and application of all major federal and state labor and employment statutes, including FMLA, ADA, ADEA and other discrimination laws. Eileen has received numerous recognitions for contributions to her practice areas, including the George Tipler Award for Distinguished Service in School Law and Fellowship of the Wisconsin Bar Foundation. She will maintain her office in Fennimore.
Boardman & Clark LLP is one of Madison’s largest and longest-standing law firms. The firm serves individuals, a wide range of business and corporate clients, school districts, and local governments. The firm’s areas of service include municipal, school, labor and employment, banking, business, intellectual property, litigation, estate planning and probate, elder services, dealership and franchise, energy and telecommunications, real estate, and taxation.