OSHA Assists Construction Industry to Improve Worker Safety

Breakfast with Bakke NormanMary Bauer, Compliance Assistance Specialist, explained the ways that OSHA can assist companies in the construction industry with worker safety. Bauer spoke as part of the Breakfast with Bakke Norman quarterly seminar series.

The Future of the Construction Industry in Western Wisconsin was the topic of “Breakfast with Bakke Norman”, a quarterly seminar series offered by Bakke Norman Law Office, on Tuesday, November 8, 2011, at WITC in New Richmond. The panelists were:

  • Brad Boycks, Chief Lobbyist Director of Government and Political Affairs for the Wisconsin Builders Association
  • Mary Bauer, Compliance Assistance Specialist at OSHA
  • Toby Madden, Regional Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
  • Julie Dodge, Senior Vice President at First National Community Bank

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WBA Rep Discusses Impacts of Political Shifts

Breakfast with Bakke NormanBrad Boycks, Chief Lobbyist Director of Government and Political Affairs for the Wisconsin Builders Association, discussed the impact of the political shifts on lobbying efforts. Boycks presented as part of the Breakfast with Bakke Norman quarterly seminar series.

The Future of the Construction Industry in Western Wisconsin was the topic of “Breakfast with Bakke Norman”, a quarterly seminar series offered by Bakke Norman Law Office, on Tuesday, November 8, 2011, at WITC in New Richmond. The panelists were:

  • Brad Boycks, Chief Lobbyist Director of Government and Political Affairs for the Wisconsin Builders Association
  • Mary Bauer, Compliance Assistance Specialist at OSHA
  • Toby Madden, Regional Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
  • Julie Dodge, Senior Vice President at First National Community Bank

Other videos from, “Future of the Construction Industry in Western Wisconsin” series

Challenge of Construction Loans in Down Economy

Breakfast with Bakke NormanJulie Dodge, Senior Vice President at First National Community Bank, explained the lending challenges for construction loans in the current economic environment. Dodge’s presentation was part of the Breakfast with Bakke Norman seminar series on November 8, 2011.

The Future of the Construction Industry in Western Wisconsin was the topic of “Breakfast with Bakke Norman”, a quarterly seminar series offered by Bakke Norman Law Office, on Tuesday, November 8, 2011, at WITC in New Richmond. The panelists were:

  • Brad Boycks, Chief Lobbyist Director of Government and Political Affairs for the Wisconsin Builders Association
  • Mary Bauer, Compliance Assistance Specialist at OSHA
  • Toby Madden, Regional Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
  • Julie Dodge, Senior Vice President at First National Community Bank

Other videos from, “Future of the Construction Industry in Western Wisconsin” series

Economic Trend Data and Impact on Construction Industry

Breakfast with Bakke NormanToby Madden, Regional Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, shared the economic trend data on the construction industry. Madden spoke as part of Bakke Norman’s “Breakfast with Bakke Norman” seminar series on November 8, 2011.

The Future of the Construction Industry in Western Wisconsin was the topic of “Breakfast with Bakke Norman”, a quarterly seminar series offered by Bakke Norman Law Office, on Tuesday, November 8, 2011, at WITC in New Richmond. The panelists were:

  • Brad Boycks, Chief Lobbyist Director of Government and Political Affairs for the Wisconsin Builders Association
  • Mary Bauer, Compliance Assistance Specialist at OSHA
  • Toby Madden, Regional Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
  • Julie Dodge, Senior Vice President at First National Community Bank

Other videos from, “Future of the Construction Industry in Western Wisconsin” series

Adam Jarchow Speaks on Frac Sand Issues

At Bakke Norman’s Municipal Seminar held April 5, 2012, attorney Adam Jarchow spoke to the group about the latest issues and information pertaining to frac sand mining. Frac sand has been a “hot topic” in northwestern Wisconsin, whether it be municipal boards seeking to impose regulations or impose moratoriums against frac sand mining in order to explore options for regulation; mining companies seeking approval to commence operations; citizens with sand on their land seeking to assist interested mining companies; or citizens in municipalities opposed to mining operations.

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Banking Issues of Doing Business in China

Breakfast with Bakke NormanJohn Novak, Bremer Bank, discussed the challenges and risks of the transfer of money, exchange rates and other banking-related issues of doing business in China. Novak spoke as part of the Breakfast with Bakke Norman seminar on August 4, 2011.

Doing Business in China was the topic of the inaugural “Breakfast with Bakke Norman”, a quarterly seminar series offered by Bakke Norman Law Office, on Thursday, August 4, 2011, at WITC in New Richmond. Panelists were:

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Morgan Nelson on Doing Business in China

Breakfast with Bakke NormanMorgan Nelson, Bishop Fixtures, shared his experiences doing business in China at the August 4, 2011 Breakfast with Bakke Norman seminar.

Doing Business in China was the topic of the inaugural “Breakfast with Bakke Norman”, a quarterly seminar series offered by Bakke Norman Law Office, on Thursday, August 4, 2011, at WITC in New Richmond. Panelists were:

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How to Get Started Doing Business in China

Breakfast with Bakke NormanWalt Maurer with Lind Shoe explained the process to get started doing business in China, including choosing an agent. Maurer spoke as part of the Breakfast with Bakke Norman seminar series on August 4, 2011.

Doing Business in China was the topic of the inaugural “Breakfast with Bakke Norman”, a quarterly seminar series offered by Bakke Norman Law Office, on Thursday, August 4, 2011, at WITC in New Richmond. Panelists were:

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