Attorney Ted A. Warpinski to Chair State Bar Annual Environmental Law Update Held on September 16, 2015

The State Bar Annual Environmental Law Update will be held on Wednesday, September 16, 2015 in Madison at the State Bar Center. Attorney Ted A. Warpinski is the Program Chair and will be moderating an ethics panel on issues in negotiations on environmental issues in real estate and business transactions. On the panel with Ted will be Timothy J. Pierce and Christopher J. Jaekels. Additional information about attending this seminar or viewing the webcast can be found here.


Three FF&SJ Attorneys Included in the 2016 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America©

The following FF&SJ attorneys have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2016 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America©:

Thomas W. St. John: Family Law

Ted A. Warpinski: Litigation – Environmental

Brian C. Randall: Litigation – Land Use and Zoning


Attorney Brian Randall Obtains Area Variance for Burlington’s Remodeled and Updated Store at the Shopper’s World in Brookfield

Offering customers so much more than coats these days, retailer Burlington Ladies, Mens, Baby, Home & Coats now has sign needs that can pose a challenge under municipal sign codes. FF&SJ’s Brian Randall recently obtained an area variance for the new wall sign to be installed at Burlington’s remodeled and updated store at the Shopper’s World in Brookfield. Great job Brian and best wishes to Burlington!


Six FF&SJ Lawyers Selected to 2014 Wisconsin Super Lawyers or Rising Stars List

The Super Lawyers list recognizes no more than 5% of attorneys in each state.  The following FFSJ attorneys were selected to the 2014 Wisconsin Super Lawyers List:

            Thomas W. St. John – Family Law    

            Ted A. Warpinski – Environmental Litigation


Ted A. Warpinski Argues Before Wisconsin Supreme Court in Oneida Seven Generations Dispute

The Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral argument on January 8, 2015 in Oneida Seven Generations Corp. v. City of Green Bay, 2013-AP-591, on whether the City of Green Bay was within its rights to revoke a conditional use permit for a waste-to-energy facility that the City maintains was obtained by Oneida Seven Generations Corporation through misrepresentation regarding the potential environmental hazards of the project.  Ted A. Warpinski argued on behalf of the City before the Supreme Court. 


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