WAUKESHA — Buelow Vetter Buikema
Olson & Vliet has added three new attorneys — Mary S. Gerbig, Saveon
D. Grenell and Lisa M. Bergersen — to expand its growing labor and
employment law practice serving corporations, schools and
municipalities throughout Wisconsin.
“We are thrilled to welcome three new high-caliber labor and
employment attorneys to help us serve our growing client needs in
both the public and private sectors,” said Rob Buikema, co-chair of
Buelow Vetter Buikema Olson and Vliet. “Mary is a well-known expert
in special education, school and employment law and is a great
addition to our top-caliber school law practice.
Lisa brings a wealth of employment law expertise and practical HR
experience, and Saveon will join our team of experienced attorneys
providing legal services to employers throughout the state.”
joins Buelow Vetter as a shareholder serving as counsel to numerous
school districts throughout Wisconsin on general school law, special
education, and labor and employment matters. She serves school
districts, cooperative educational service agencies and other
municipal employers. She has represented school districts in
numerous student special education and discrimination hearings and
mediations under the Individuals with Disabilities Act, Section 504
of the Rehabilitation Act and the Office for Civil Rights. She
resides in Madison.
joins the firm after serving as an assistant city attorney for the
city of Milwaukee for the past two years, working in the
Neighborhood Revitalization and Ordinance Enforcement Division as a
prosecutor and providing legal services to various city departments.
He also previously worked as an employment relations specialist for
Milwaukee Public Schools, negotiating with various local union
organizations. Grenell has a bachelor’s degree in international
business and a juris doctorate degree from Texas Southern
University. He resides in Milwaukee. His practice will focus on
providing labor and employment law and litigation services for
private and public sector employers.
is of counsel with Buelow Vetter after serving 11 years as the human
resources director for City of Pewaukee. She has 30 years of
experience in employment law and human resources, including 19 years
as a partner with Lindner & Marsack, an employment law firm. She
earned her law degree at Marquette University.
Her practice will focus on representing public and private sector
clients in workplace investigations, compliance training and
development of human resources policies and initiatives. She resides