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Katheryn A. Mills

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Katheryn Mills

Katie Mills is an associate in the firm’s Milwaukee office and a member of the Labor, Employment & Immigration Practice Group. Katie’s practice includes advising clients on a wide variety of day-to-day employment matters, including administering federal and state family and medical leave laws, disability accommodations, and wage and hour matters. Katie also guides clients through the employment process, beginning at the recruiting and hiring process and continuing through disciplinary issues and termination.

In addition, Katie routinely drafts employee handbooks and policies, as well as employment, severance and restrictive covenant agreements. She provides guidance related to affirmative action plans and assists clients in evaluating and compiling their plans. Katie’s practice also includes providing guidance on employment-related corporate transaction issues, involving employment due diligence. 

Katie graduated from Marquette University Law School, where she was a Comment Editor for the Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review.  She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  Prior to law school, Katie worked in the Chancellor’s Office of the University of Wisconsin Colleges and University of Wisconsin-Extension.

Admitted To Practice

Wisconsin - 2015

Professional Associations

American Bar Association
State Bar of Wisconsin


St. Thomas More High School Board of Directors – Member

Professional Dimensions Member

Blog Posts

They're back! EEO-1 pay data reporting requirementsMay 08, 2019All In A Day's Work | Affirmative Action | Discrimination and Harassment | Employment | Wage and Hour | Blog
VETS-4212 filing season is openAugust 22, 2018All In A Day's Work | Affirmative Action | Employment | Blog
Time to get PAID: DOL announces nationwide program aimed at settling FLSA violationsMarch 12, 2018All In A Day's Work | FLSA | Wage and Hour | Blog
Days of our [employment] lives: equal payDecember 07, 2017All In A Day's Work | Discrimination and Harassment | Employment | Legislation | Blog
Days of our [employment] lives: parental leaveDecember 05, 2017All In A Day's Work | FMLA | Labor | Legislation | Policies | Blog
OFCCP extends VETS-4212 Report due date for federal contractorsSeptember 15, 2017All In A Day's Work | Affirmative Action | Employment | Blog
Scratch that: DOL withdraws joint employer and classification guidance lettersJune 12, 2017All In A Day's Work | FLSA | Wage and Hour | Blog
EEOC priorities to stay the same, but changes may still occurMarch 17, 2017All In A Day's Work | Discrimination and Harassment | Blog
It’s time to update your workplace postersAugust 18, 2016All In A Day's Work | Employment | FLSA | Labor | Wage and Hour | Blog
OSHA issues final workplace injury electronic reporting ruleMay 12, 2016All In A Day's Work | OSHA | Policies | Retaliation | Blog
EEOC takes stronger stance in support of LBGTQ employee rights in the workplaceMarch 25, 2016All In A Day's Work | Discrimination and Harassment | Blog
While you were sleeping: 2015 Wisconsin employment law changes you may have missedJanuary 27, 2016All In A Day's Work | Legislation | Restrictive Covenants | Wage and Hour | Blog
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Juris Doctor, Marquette University Law School, 2015, cum laude

Bachelor of Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2011, Consumer Affairs

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