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Author Archives: Caley Clinton, caley.clinton@wislawjournal.com

Wisconsin reaches proposed settlement with T-Mobile

T-Mobile USA Inc. has agreed to pay at least $90 million to resolve allegations that the company placed unauthorized charges for third-party services on consumers’ mobile phone bills, a practice known as “cramming.” Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen’s office announced Wisconsin’s inclusion in the nationwide settlement Friday. The proposed settlement will require T-Mobile to address cramming problems, and requires the ...

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Wisconsin high court accepts 10 new cases

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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Homer hologram results in legal ‘D’oh!’

Hologram USA filed a lawsuit that claims a 3D representation of the famous Homer at this year's Comic-Con convention in San Diego infringed its patented system to project three-dimensional images onstage.

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The secret under Ginsburg’s collars

Turns out Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s collars reveal much more than her love of a ladylike touch. She explained recently that she has a specific collar for dissent, and another for majority. The one that wouldn’t look out of place on the Game of Thrones set (specifically on a Lannister) is the one she wears for dissenting opinions because, “It looks fitting ...

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Surprising allegations about top NRA lawyer’s past

The National Rifle Association’s top lawyer, who has been instrumental in shaping gun policy in the U.S., was once convicted of murdering a woman in Indiana, according to an investigation by Mother Jones. http://www.businessinsider.com/the-nras-top-lawyer-was-once-convicted-of-murder-2014-7  

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