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IF I KNEW THEN: Veterans’ law attorneys shed light on practices

Travis West and Shana Dunn of West & Dunn are surrounded by West’s Army memorabilia inside the firm’s offices in Waunakee. The attorneys have transformed the firm into a full-service veterans’ disability law operation. (Staff photos by Kevin Harnack)

There are dozens of Wisconsin attorneys who have been accredited by the Office of General Counsel to deal with veterans’ disability claims. But probably fewer than 20 are authorized to take those cases to the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.

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US high court to hear arguments in Wisconsin property case

The same day a U.S. Senate conformation hearing begins for U.S. Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, the country's high court will hear oral arguments in a Wisconsin property case that may require the justices to offer some clarity as to what constitutes a parcel of land in analyses of regulatory takings.

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Justices to hear oral arguments in lawyer-discipline, workers’ comp, contracts cases

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The Wisconsin Supreme Court will hear three cases in March involving appeals in lawyer-discipline and workers’ compensation cases and a certified case involving contracts.

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