Finerty joined Lindner & Marsack in 2012 and concentrates his legal practice on representing and counseling clients – including Wisconsin counties, cities, school districts, Native American tribes, tribally-owned businesses and private sector employers – in labor and employment litigation and compliance matters in front of administrative agencies; in federal, state and tribal courts; and in labor arbitration. He works across a broad spectrum of industries including senior living, healthcare, manufacturing, food manufacturing, hospitality, retail, transportation, construction, commercial laundry, dry cleaning and others.
“Since Dan joined our team, he has consistently and determinedly worked to provide an outstanding, cost-effective platform for both new and existing clients and their insurance partners to address their toughest legal challenges,” said Thomas Mackenzie, Firm President. “Clients trust and appreciate his commitment to helping manage their workforce and continued growth while always keeping an eye on costs.”
Finerty has a great deal of experience defending senior living providers in Wisconsin Health Care Worker Protection Act retaliation claims; Wisconsin Fair Employment Act discrimination, retaliation and harassment claims; unreasonable refusal to rehire worker’s compensation claims; and other claims that follow termination of an employee for a violation of resident rights’ policies and other misconduct. He has also handled hundreds of employment claims involving Employment Practice Liability Insurance (EPLI) as panel counsel as well as at his clients’ request with a carrier’s permission and has defended Native American communities facing employment-related claims by current and former employees in tribal courts.
Rated AV Preeminent by Martindale Hubbell and recognized among the Best Lawyers in America in Appellate Practice since 2010, Finerty has also been regularly recognized by Wisconsin Super Lawyers magazine as a five-time “Rising Star” earlier in his career and as a “Super Lawyer” each year since 2014.
“I’m proud to be an integral member of this team and also to play an important role in the continued success of my clients, to whom I owe a debt of gratitude for their ongoing support, collaboration and confidence,” said Finerty.