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Author Archives: Jane Pribek

Young is in the underdog’s corner

Just a few years ago, Peter Young began his professional career as a litigation project assistant, working for the defense and living the fast-paced Chicago lifestyle.

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Justice is vital for St. Junior

After working as an assistant district attorney for two years, Tyrone St. Junior already has handled serious felonies, including attempted homicides.

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How to prepare for an audit

Worrisome though it might be, if you’ve learned your company will be subject to an audit by the state, it’s better for in-house counsel to plan ahead and start preparing immediately.

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10 ways to win at trial

There are a lot of different ways to win at trial and just as many missteps that could put a lawyer on the losing end of a verdict.

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LEGAL CENTS: Going for a relaxing drive

In the season premiere of television’s best show, “Breaking Bad,” Walt and Jesse destroy evidence of their criminal activity by demagnetizing the hard drive on a computer seized by the police.

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LEGAL CENTS: The keys to going mobile

Madison lawyer Sally Hestad about six months ago made a sizable investment in her firm’s two websites, spending about $4,500 for an overhaul and to create mobile versions.

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Vishny keeps active pace with mix of work, teaching

Deja Vishny, Wisconsin State Public Defenders Office Law degree received from: University of Wisconsin Law School, 1980 Deja Vishny does not shy away from hard work. In her first year as a Racine public defender in 1980, Vishny tried about a dozen cases. “It was a small office, only seven attorneys,” she said. “But it was a real go-getter ... ...

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