Thomas R. Revnew

Seaton Peters & Revnew PA

Tom Revnew is a shareholder with the law firm of Seaton, Peters & Revnew.  He has successfully litigated a wide-variety of labor and employment law claims before state and federal courts and administrative agencies. He represents and counsels employers in all aspects of labor and employment law, including employment discrimination, union avoidance, unfair labor practices, workers' compensation, drug testing, privacy issues, OSHA compliance, the Americans with Disabilities Act, unemployment compensation, personnel policies and employee handbooks, restrictive covenants, hiring, discipline and discharge and other general employment issues.  Mr. Revnew is a frequent trainer and lecturer on the topics of discipline and discharge, safety and health issues in the workplace, employment discrimination and labor law issues. Mr. Revnew is admitted to practice in Wisconsin and Minnesota, as well as the United States Supreme Court, United States District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin, the District of Minnesota, the District of Colorado, and the Western District of Michigan. He is a member of the State Bars of Wisconsin and Minnesota, the Hennepin County Bar Association, and the Milwaukee Bar Association.  He is also the past President of the St. Croix Valley Employers’ Association / SHRM Chapter #717. Prior to moving to the Twin Cities in March 2000, Mr. Revnew practiced at Davis & Kuelthau, s.c. in its Milwaukee, Wisconsin office, where he engaged in all aspects of labor and employment law. Mr. Revnew has contributed articles to various trade magazines and to the Wisconsin Employer, the Minnesota Employer, The Wisconsin Employment Law Manual and The D.O.T. Drug and Alcohol Testing Handbook. Mr. Revnew is a 1994 graduate of Marquette University Law School where he served as an Associate Editor of the Marquette Law Review and was the national runner-up in the Giles S. Rich Moot Court Competition. Mr. Revnew received his undergraduate degree in business administration with honors from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor in 1991.