When David Friedlen was asked by his employer of almost 20 years to sign a restrictive covenant or lose his job, he signed on the dotted line.Read More »
Milwaukee-based Walny Legal Group LLC has launched the state’s only estate and probate mediation service registered with the Wisconsin Association of Mediators.
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Milwaukee-based Boyle Fredrickson S.C. has elected a new member to its Board of Directors, elected new officers, and elected a new firm president.
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A pregnancy discrimination case argued last month to the U.S. Supreme Court is compelling employers to take a closer look at whether pregnant employees should be offered light-duty work, just like employees who suffer on-the-job injuries.Read More »
A case argued before the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Thursday will help define when municipalities have the right to revoke a project permit following an initial approval.Read More »
For days after a fire destroyed Jen Hanna’s law office, she returned to the charred pit, hoping to meet the clients she could no longer contact.Read More »
Madison-based DeWitt Ross & Stevens S.C. has announced its partners, Rob Due and Cari Anne Renlund, were elected to serve on the company's executive committee.Read More »
Milwaukee attorney Jeffrey Jensen has more than 25 years of experience in criminal defense, but he would put his fate in another lawyer’s hands rather than defend himself.Read More »
The Wisconsin Supreme Court this term will consider cases involving destruction of evidence, the state’s Open Records Law and how to characterize certain prior convictions, among others.
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Even though a state project eliminated a Kenosha shopping center’s connection to a city street and forced customers to use a private drive, the Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled, the owners are entitled to no compensation under the state’s eminent-domain law.Read More »
A former construction foreman was able to get a rape charge dismissed, but his lack of a legal means to prove his innocence might prevent him from getting compensation for the three years he spent behind bars.Read More »