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Ann Barry Hanneman

Attorney
  • Office:
    • Waukesha

      20975 Swenson Drive
      Suite 400
      Waukesha, WI 53186

  • Telephone: (262) 923-8652
  • Fax: (262) 888-1789

Ann Barry Hanneman is a Shareholder in the Labor and Employment Section. Ann serves as legal counsel to management in labor and employment law matters, including representing employers in federal and state employment litigation and in labor arbitration. Ann has successfully tried federal court jury trials, and regularly represents employers in administrative matters as well as federal and state court proceedings. In addition to litigation, Ann’s practice includes advising on employment discrimination, negotiating separation agreements, handling sexual harassment complaints, drafting employee handbooks, developing policies, drafting non-compete agreements and managing wage and hour matters.

Ann is a frequent author and speaker on employment law matters. She also provides management training for companies on employment discrimination, equal employment opportunity laws including sexual harassment and Family and Medical Leave Act compliance, Fair Labor Standards Act compliance, discipline and discharge, workplace investigations, employee handbooks, hiring, ADA compliance, and updates on current cases and legislation affecting employment law and human resources.

Ann is a member of the Labor and Employment Sections of the American Bar Association and the State Bar of Wisconsin and is a member of the Eastern District of Wisconsin Bar Association. In 2016, she was recognized as a “Woman in the Law” by the Wisconsin Law Journal

Ann is a member of the Board of Directors of Independent Business Association of Wisconsin (IBAW) and serves on the Nominating Committee of Professional Dimensions.

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Education:

  • Marquette University, J.D., 1989
  • LeMoyne College, B.S., 1986

Bar Admissions:

  • Wisconsin
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, 6th and 7th Circuit

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