HRW is Excited To Welcome Samantha Halem and Sarah Ruter

By Magdalen Teodecki   October 4, 2022

Hirsch Roberts Weinstein is excited to announce that Samantha Halem and Sarah Ruter, both formerly of Marshall Halem, have joined our growing team as of October 3, 2022!

Samantha Halem is joining HRW as a partner and is an experienced counselor and litigator who regularly counsels clients in all aspects of employment law. Samantha advises clients on a day to day basis on issues such as discipline, investigations, leaves of absence, and accommodations. She drafts handbooks, policies, employment contracts, and separation agreements, among other employment documents. Samantha is also an experienced and accomplished litigator, representing clients before state and federal courts in multiple jurisdictions. Learn more about Samantha here.

Sarah Ruter is joining HRW as an associate. Sarah provides employment law advice and counseling to executives, businesses and nonprofit organizations of all sizes. Sarah has represented businesses, employers, individuals, and tribal clients in matters such as employment discrimination, wrongful termination, wage and hour violations, and retaliation. She has represented clients in court, in regulatory and administrative hearings, mediations, arbitrations, and before federal and state human rights and equal employment opportunity enforcement agencies. Learn more about Sarah here.

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