Keith E. Kopplin’s practice focuses on employment litigation and employment law matters.
Keith assists clients in resolving wage and hour class and collective actions, defending employment discrimination claims, responding to government audits, and improving workplace policies and procedures. He also provides day-to-day counseling to employers regarding a wide range of human resource matters including discipline and discharge decisions, the Wisconsin and federal Family and Medical Leave Acts, wage and hour practices, and workplace accommodations.
Keith strives to find creative and cost-effective solutions to some of the most vexing workplace issues, including Family and Medical Leave Act abuse, incidents of off-the-clock work, and reasonable accommodation requests. He has given presentations on numerous topics, including the use of social media by employees, Wisconsin’s concealed carry law, employee handbooks, workplace violence, employee privacy, the hiring process, the Wisconsin and federal Family and Medical Leave Acts, discipline and discharge, and unemployment insurance. Keith also presents customized training programs for employers.
He is admitted to practice in all Wisconsin state courts and in the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin and the District of Colorado.