The Maldives' judicial authorities have suspended 56 lawyers after they accused the country's courts and other institutions of not upholding the rule of law, a lawyer said Monday.Read More »
While working in environmental consulting, Allison Reimann dealt with a lot of regulations and came to discover she had an aptitude for understanding legal matters. Six years after graduating from college, Reimann headed to law school where she found her ...
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A prosecutor says no charges will be filed against an Oshkosh police officer who fatally shot a man this summer.Read More »
Gov. Scott Walker is seeking applicants for the vacancy left by Sheriff David Clarke’s resignation.Read More »
Foxconn Technology Group could appeal lawsuits directly to the conservative-controlled Wisconsin Supreme Court, skipping the state appeals court, under changes to a $3 billion incentive package the Legislature's budget-writing committee approved Tuesday.Read More »
As high water spreads from Houston through Texas and Louisiana, authorities are bracing for an inevitable wave of fraud and other criminal activity set into motion by Harvey's punishing rains.Read More »
More people are trading in commutes and cubicles for couches and coffee shops: As of 2016, 43 percent of employees worked remotely at least part of the time, up from 39 percent in 2012, according to Gallup's State of the American Workplace report.Read More »