While opposing sides debate the need to limit lawyer contingency fees, some are questioning why only certain payments are up for discussion.
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Nearly two years after Justice David Prosser allegedly put his hands around the throat of another Wisconsin justice, the incident continues to dominate debate about the future of the state’s highest court.Read More »
The proposed Washington sequester – or automatic federal spending cuts – will hit Wisconsin's judicial system in the pocketbook.Read More »
Nearly $144 million has gone to Wisconsin borrowers under a settlement between 49 state attorney generals and the five largest mortgage servicers in the country, according to reports cited by the Wisconsin Attorney General’s office.Read More »
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley said Thursday her decision to recuse herself from an ethics investigation into a fellow justice’s conduct has nothing to do with politics and everything to do with workplace safety.Read More »