Aaron McCann is an associate in the firm’s Green Bay office and a member of the Labor, Employment & Immigration Practice Group. Aaron’s practice is focused on counseling and advocating for employers through all aspects of an employment relationship, beginning with issues in recruitment and hiring at the outset and continuing through severance discussions, termination, and, when necessary, post-employment litigation. Aaron has guided many clients through the wide array of legal issues that frequently arise at the end of employment and has represented clients in federal and state court and in administrative proceedings before the Wisconsin Equal Rights Division and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Prior to joining Godfrey & Kahn, Aaron was an associate attorney at a Milwaukee area law firm. Aaron also previously served as an in-house law clerk for a major U.S. corporation, a Judicial Intern for Justice N. Patrick Crooks, Wisconsin Supreme Court, and as Deputy Director of then-Wisconsin Governor James E. Doyle’s Washington, D.C. office.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Aaron P. McCann