FOS congratulates shareholder Matt O’Neill and FOS of-counsel Ken Barczak for being named to the list of 2019 Super Lawyers. Matt received special recognition as part of the Super Lawyers Wisconsin “Top 50” and Milwaukee “Top 25”. FOS also congratulates shareholders Laurna Kinnel and Mike Koutnik for being named to the list of Super Lawyer.
Fox, O’Neill and Shannon recently earned the Milwaukee Business Journal‘s “Best Place to Work” award. The award is given to companies that have great work environments and practices, and exceptional employee reviews. FOS employees attended the awards banquet, which took place at the Pfister Grand Ballroom on October 30th, 2019. Please click the link to.
Almost every corporate principal has heard of the “dreaded” Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Rule 10b-5, which makes it unlawful in the securities context “(a) To employ any device, scheme, or artifice to defraud, (b) To make any untrue statement of a material fact . . . , or (c) To engage in any act,.
It can happen to any company. A few rogue employees break the rules and put the whole company at risk. Could be anything. Theft from a customer, grossly unprofessional conduct, or illegal activities at the workplace. Now, the company might face a potential lawsuit, government investigation, fines, or, worst of all, criminal indictment. Government agents,.