Unfortunately after working for the same law office for 38 years, I was forced to pursue them for wrongful termination. Because I knew nothing about Wisconsin's equal rights laws, 2 years prior when I was originally put out to pasture, I had e-mailed Atty. Rettko about his representation regarding the various issues I needed to pursue. While he was not in a position to take on the several aspects involved, he was kind enough to reply to my e-mail, providing me with advice as to how I could pursue some on my own. Based on his encouragement, I did actually take care of several issues myself. In the interim I read a newspaper article about a clever tactic he used in successfully representing a client within the "equal rights" area and I recalled his taking the time to respond to my e-mail. Since my employer was an attorney, and the remaining situation was the actual "wrongful termination" complaint, I contacted him about representing me. He agreed. I had been looking forward to seeing Attorney Rettko pursue the matter at a hearing because I believe he is an extremely talented, articulate attorney, and I suspect historically he has many more "wins" than "losses". The case got much more involved than anticipated, and unfortunately the administrative judge more or less forced us into settling. I would absolutely recommend Bill Rettko to anyone needing equal rights representation. As “good guys” go, he’s one of them.