Mr. Buliox has extensive experience representing and counseling small and Fortune 500 Companies.
Mr. Buliox experiences range from providing counsel and representation to employers on discrimination claims to working hands-on with employers to develop creative and proactive solutions to eliminating or reducing risks.
He has defended or provided counsel on claims involving allegations of race and color discrimination, sex discrimination, age discrimination, religious discrimination, disability discrimination, arrest and conviction record discrimination, and disparate impact discrimination based on credit history and incarceration rates/statistics.
Mr. Buliox has tried a dozen jury trials and has handled in excess of 250 hearings.
He has first chaired numerous motions and employment discrimination hearings before the Wisconsin Equal Rights Division, obtained summary judgment in every federal case litigated through dispositive motions, the successful defense of a multitude of administrative complaints before state agencies and the EEOC and lawsuits filed in federal courts across the country.
In addition to his employment work, Mr. Buliox served as a public service special prosecutor for the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office.
He received his BA in English, magna cum laude, from Alabama State University and his JD from Syracuse University College of Law.