Family comes first for John Pellmann.Read More »
Whether she’s singing “Itsy Bitsy Spider” with a patient she encounters in the elevator or helping create pro bono legal clinics, Shelia Reynolds said she gets a lot of satisfaction out of working for Children’s Hospital and Health System Inc. in Milwaukee.Read More »
When Carol Gapen and attorneys at the Law Center for Children & Families in Madison are screening new clients, they give themselves a test.Read More »
Fresh out of law school, Milwaukee native Brian Anderson never thought of himself as “an American expert on case law and technology,” until he was introduced as such to a group of high-level government officials in Rwanda.Read More »
Why not go that extra mile for your clients, by offering them an extranet?Read More »
It’s May, and for many aspiring lawyers, that means graduation time; what should be a time of celebration.
But this spring’s graduates, like many of late, face a hard reality once they’ve returned the caps and gowns: the persistently brutal job market.
Recent changes to federal tax law are creating a wave of business for estate planners and could set off another swell when they expire in 2012. “Whenever’s there’s change,” said Kathleen Gray, of Quarles & Brady LLP in Milwaukee, “it ...Read More »
Oak Creek-based Bucyrus International Inc. has overcome the first major hurdle in a handful of lawsuits seeking to halt a proposed $8.6 billion merger with Caterpillar Inc. and Badger Merger Sub Inc.Read More »
After many years of interviewing attorneys and asking them what they do for fun, I can say with great confidence that just about all like to read and travel. Thus, this week’s article is about tools for legal professionals who enjoy … reading and travel! It is spring break season, after all.
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