Aaron J. Graf, an associate at Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan, focuses his practice in labor and employment law, regularly representing employers before state administrative agencies and federal and state courts on issues, including discrimination, wage and hour, unemployment compensation, workers' compensation, the FLSA, FMLA, ADA, hiring and firing issues, and various other employment related issues.
Mr. Graf is also certified as a Professional in Human Resources through the Human Resources Certification Institute and advises employers on proactive measures to avoid future liability in addition to defending such client's when claims arise.
Outside of his primary practice in labor and employment, he has previously represented school districts in labor and employment matters, collective bargaining, and grievance and interest arbitration and has also represented clients in matters ranging from appellate work to professional liability to insurance litigation.
Mr. Graf is a frequent speaker and author in topics involving employment law.
He earned his JD at Marquette University Law School and his BS at Concordia University.
Mr. Graf is a member of the ABA (labor and employment law section), State Bar of Wisconsin (labor and employment law section), and SHRM.