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|IL||Active And Authorized To Practice Law||2012||11/18/2016|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Super Lawyer - Labor and Employment||Wisconsin Super Lawyers||2016|
|Milwaukee's Leading Lawyers||M Magazine||2013|
|Milwaukee's Leading Lawyers||M Magazine||2012|
|2010 Rising Star - Labor and Employment Law||Wisconsin Super Lawyers||2010|
|2009 Rising Star - Labor and Employment Law||Wisconsin Super Lawyers||2009|
|2008 Rising Star - Labor and Employment Law||Wisconsin Super Lawyers||2008|
|Attorney||The Previant Law Firm||2000 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|State Bar of Wisconsin||Member||N/A|
|Milwaukee Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|State Bar of Wisconsin, Labor and Employment Law Section||Board Member||2011 - 2013|
|Dexter v. Ministry Health Care||Successfully Settled|
|Shafer Redi-Mix v. Teamsters Local 7, 643 F.3d 473 (6th Cir. 2011)||Successful Defense of Client|
|Teamsters Local 89 v. The Kroger Company, 617 F.3d 899 (6th Cir. 2010)||Arbitration Compelled|
|See all legal cases|
|Wisconsin Employment Law (5th Ed.)||Basic Principlies of Employment Law (Update)||2014|
|Elkouri & Elkouri, How Arbitration Works||2008 Supplement - Chapter 6 Editor||2008|
|Elkouri & Elkouri, How Arbitration Works||Chapter Editor - Chapter 6||2006|
|University of Wisconsin Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2000|
|Marquette University||N/A||MA - Masters||1997|
|University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1994|
|Minnesota Labor and Employment Law Institute||Recent NLRB General Counsel Remedial Initiatives||2014|
|2014 Health, Labor & Employment Law Institute||Issues with Misclassification of Employees||2014|
|Wisconsin AFL-CIO Community Services Conference||Update on Wisconsin Wages and Overtime||2013|
|The Previant Legal Show||Independent Contrators and Employee Misclassification||2013|
|2013 Health Labor and Employment Law Institute||Labor Law and the National Labor Relations Board: Where Do We Go From Here?||2013|
|Health, Labor, and Employment Law Institute||Traditional Labor Law - What is Happening Now and What You Need to Know||2012|
|Wisconsin State AFL-CIO Community Services Conference||Understanding Wisconsin Wages and Overtime||2010|
|Second Annual LERA Conference - Wisconsin||Writing Post-Arbitration Briefs||2008|
Posted by Keith
On November 2, 2012, Attorney Nathan Eisenberg represented Teamsters Local Union 627 in a discharge case where the grievant had been unjustly discharged for allegedly allowing another employee to drive a passenger vehicle that did not have the nescessary permit to transport passengers. The employer argued that the act of the grievant was wilful. Though cross examination of the employers lead witness, Mr. Eisenberg was able to get the witness to acknowledge that there had been other employees that had in fact drove a school bus on a expired permit, yet the witness said that action was dtermined not to be wilful and the only discipline was a written verbal warning. After the testimony of that witness, the arbitrator called for a break and the employers counsel approached the Union with an offer to return the grievant to work. Terms were negotiated and agreed to the satisfication of the Union and more importantly to the grievant, and she returned to work the next business day.
Attorney Eisenberg was very well prepared, very knowleadgeble, and excellent at cross examination.
I am President and Principal Officer of my Local Union and I have served in office for 33 years have had the good fortune of working with some very capable Attorneys, I would put Mr. Eisenberg right at the top of my list.
Jason Oldenburg, Workers compensation Attorney
I have had the privilege of working with Nathan for several years. I know him to be a tireless advocate for working people and labor unions. He is an accomplished lawyer who will fight to obtain favorable results. I would not hesitate to retain his services.