Breanne L. Snapp is an associate at the firm’s Madison office where her primary practice includes class action work. Ms. Snapp has represented thousands of employees across the country in their claims for unpaid wages and overtime, including a class of Epic Systems Quality Assurance workers — read about it here. Recently, she recovered $1.85 million for a group of salespersons denied their commissions – read about it here. Ms. Snapp is currently working on behalf of employees seeking to recover unpaid overtime wages from Epic Systems and Cerner Corporation. Learn more about these cases. She also helped obtain a successful settlement for 241 families in the Town of Jackson, Wisconsin who were impacted by groundwater contamination as a result of a gasoline pipeline rupture: learn more about the case here.
Ms. Snapp received her J.D., cum laude, Order of the Coif, from the University of Wisconsin Law School, where she also earned a certificate in Consumer Health Advocacy. Ms. Snapp received a B.S. in Biochemistry and Psychology from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
During law school Ms. Snapp served as a patient advocate at the University of Wisconsin Law School’s Center for Patient Partnerships, where she provided personal advocacy services for patients with terminal or life-threatening illnesses. Ms. Snapp also clerked at two Wisconsin law firms where she worked in all areas of plaintiffs’ employment law and Social Security Disability Insurance. The most valuable part of these experiences for Ms. Snapp was working directly with people and discovering her passion for client advocacy.
Ms. Snapp was recently selected as a Wisconsin Law Journal 2015 “Up and Coming Lawyer.” She is admitted to practice in the State of Wisconsin, the Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin, and the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals. She is a member of the Dane County Bar Association, James E. Doyle Inn of Court, Wisconsin Association for Justice, and the Legal Association for Women, where she currently serves on the board. She recently became involved with the American Constitution Society’s new Madison Lawyer Chapter as a member of the steering committee. Ms. Snapp is a member of the 2014 and 2016 Pro Bono Honor Society and stays involved in the community though the United Way Rosenberry Society and the Dane County Humane Society. She stays involved with the UW Law School through mentorship opportunities and the Office of Career and Professional development. In her free time Ms. Snapp enjoys yoga and spending time with friends and family. She lives in Madison with her husband.