Saul Glazer has been an attorney for over 25 years. He serves as an attorney for a number of Wisconsin companies, and served as interim counsel to a national manufacturer. His two main areas of focus are construction and employment law.
Mr. Glazer is the co-chair of Axley’s Construction Law Team. As a construction attorney, he regularly represents owners, contractors, subcontractors, engineers and architects in preparation of construction contracts and integrated project delivery documents (including AIA, EJCDC, DBIA and Consensus documents). He also represents clients regarding bid disputes, change orders, construction and design defects, differing site condition claims, delay claims, insurance coverage issues, ATCP 110, and lien law claims.Mr. Glazer is the author of the Wisconsin Chapter of the State by State Guide to Construction Contracts and Claims (Aspen 2016). He is the co-author of the Wisconsin chapter of the DRI Construction Litigation Desk Reference, and he authored the chapter for Construction Dispute Resolution for the Inside the Minds series (Aspatore 2010). Mr. Glazer is a past former President of the Associate Board for the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Wisconsin. He is a past Chair for the Construction and Public Contract Law Section for the State Bar of Wisconsin. He regularly assists contractors and subcontractors through the Associated Builders & Contractors’ legal hotline.
Mr. Glazer’s work as an employment attorney includes representing employers before administrative agencies and state and federal courts. He counsels clients on the Americans with Disabilities Act and other state and federal disability discrimination and accommodation laws. His experience also includes serving as an attorney in cases involving hostile work environments, retaliation, OSHA regulatory compliance, wage and hour laws, arrest and criminal convictions, equal pay, employment contracts, restrictive covenants, confidentiality, and non-compete agreements. Mr. Glazer successfully challenged a national retailer against the enforcement of a non-compete.Mr. Glazer is an editor of the Wisconsin Employment Law Letter, and he contributed to the 2016 publication of Fifty Employment Laws in Fifty States. Additionally, he created the Seven Questions to Use When Disciplining and Terminating Employees seminar, and regularly presents this seminar to national audiences.