We are proud to announce our very own Ralph Weber was selected as 2016 Best Lawyers Lawyer of the Year for Bet-the-Company Litigation. Congratulations to Ralph!
Chambers and Partners is one of the world’s leading guides to lawyers and law firms. The 2015 rankings were just released, and Gass Weber Mullins again did very well.
In February after a six week trial, Ric Gass and Brian Cahill brought in a complete defense verdict on behalf of Custom Fibreglass and its insurers. The case was tried in Las Vegas (Clark County), recognized by various organizations as … Continue reading
“Going back to Plato, we have accepted the notion that if we tried hard enough we can make decisions solely on reason,” Weber said. … But, as it turns out, that’s not how the human mind works. Click here to … Continue reading
The State Bar of Wisconsin recently named Gass Weber Mullins as the 2014 Pro Bono Organization of the Year. The State Bar agreed with the nomination from the State Public Defender’s office that “Gass Weber Mullins’ readiness to quietly, yet … Continue reading
Ric Gass offers a candid glimpse into the world of a top trial lawyer in the 2014 edition of Wisconsin Super Lawyers Magazine. Click below to read the full Q&A:
_____________________________________ Ralph Weber represented Fairbank Farms in a jury trial in Portland, Maine. The case arose out of the 2009 N.E. outbreak in which 30 people were infected by E. coli O157:H7. The 8-person Federal Court jury found unanimously that … Continue reading
Chambers & Partners, an internationally renowned research and ranking firm, has once again identified Gass Weber Mullins as one of Wisconsin’s preeminent litigation firms in the Chambers 2013 law firm guide.
Attorneys Ric Gass and Mike Brennan of Gass Weber Mullins recently returned from a six-week trial in the historic Newark courtroom where the movie Presumed Innocent was filmed. The wrongful death lawsuit brought against Newark Public Schools arose from an … Continue reading
In a national case of first impression, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals recently affirmed a trial court decision that lawyers’ use of a competitor’s name as a search term in sponsored link advertising does not violate Wisconsin’s right of privacy statute. … Continue reading