Attorney Julianne Barker worried about isolation eight years ago when she left the Milwaukee area to open a solo practice in rural Vernon County.
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Spinning yarn and thread gives Plymouth lawyer Thomas Gerleman the physical distraction his brain needs to focus on solving some of his most difficult case problems.Read More »
The vast majority of publicly accessible properties – including hotels, stores, banks, movies theaters, doctors’ offices and barber shops – will be affected by new accessibility rules under the Americans with Disabilities Act governing public accommodations.Read More »
When the U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari to decide the constitutionality of the federal health care law’s individual mandate, as well as several other jurisdictional and substantive issues, there was a notable omission: no mention was made about recusal of any justice from the decision.Read More »
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