Playing college basketball for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay taught Amy Bruchs how to perform well under pressure.
It’s something that has since come in handy in her role as the managing partner of Michael Best & Friedrich’s Madison office.
“College basketball is tough and it really helps you to step up and accept challenges,” Bruchs said. “That helped me a lot with my legal career.”
She has definitely not been one to step away from trying situations. Bruchs primarily specializes in employment and labor law, handling state and federal cases. Of her nine appellate cases in federal court, Bruchs has won eight of them.
“I help employers develop best practices and take appropriate steps so they can avoid litigation,” she said. “It is definitely an interesting practice.”
David Krutz, Michael Best’s managing partner, said Bruchs stays focused and works to get the best results for her clients.
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