Buethe Featured in Minnesota Lawyer's Breaking the Ice Series

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Stinson LLP attorney Anne Marie Buethe is featured in a recent Minnesota Lawyer article, "Breaking the Ice: 'Volatile' year ahead likely in labor law," highlighting trends she sees in the ever-changing labor landscape and exploring her focus on labor and employment law.

"It involves a relationship that most of us, myself included, will have many times over, which is employer and employee," Buethe said. "I like that shared experience aspect because it allows me to give legally minded advice to clients but also practically minded guidance."

She views labor and employment law as a "people-centered" area of the law. "It challenges me to provide creative solutions to real-time issues that are faced on the daily," Buethe said. "There are disputes, but so much of labor law is about compromise and fostering continuing successful relationships with employers, employees and unions."

Buethe also details her life outside of the legal profession, including her favorite activity away from work, what she's currently reading and her admiration for Constance Baker Motley. "She was a woman of firsts," Buethe said. "She's this trailblazer of tenacity and I've become fascinated with her life."

Buethe works with employers on a variety of traditional labor and employment issues. She balances her employment law practice with a focus on traditional labor law issues, including assisting clients in collective bargaining, contract interpretation, union elections/campaigns, handling grievances and arbitrations, and assisting employers in maintaining positive employee relations in unionized and nonunionized environments.

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