Jill Pedigo Hall, a partner at Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan, combines years of experience in operating her own company with years of employment law practice to provide creative, strategic counsel and defense to employers of every size on a full range of employment issues.
This depth of experience allows Ms. Hall to provide legal assistance to employers in ways that maximize opportunity, minimize risk, and support long-term business goals.
She focuses on counsel and defense in the areas of discrimination and medical leaves, with an emphasis on FMLA administration and disability litigation, affirmative action, and employer strategy in handling electronic communication systems within the workplace.
Ms. Hall has developed and assisted in the oversight of voluntary and involuntary furlough and retirement programs and reductions in force; drafted handbooks, policies, and implementation manuals; and counseled clients in the design, development and implementation of affirmative action strategies.
She frequently lectures in the areas of medical leave management, discipline, and illegal harassment.
Ms. Hall served as an adjunct professor with the Marquette Graduate School of Management teaching employment law.
She also coauthored the FMLA Manual for Wisconsin Employers.
Ms. Hall received an AB, cum laude, in Psychology from Ripon College and her JD from the University of Iowa College of Law.