Everybody wants a piece of the personal injury pie in a small town, from small firms trying to branch out to major firms with large marketing and advertising budgets.
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When researchers are mapping the human brain as part of the Human Connectome Project, they probably are not thinking about the commercial opportunities of their work. That’s where Jack Cook, an intellectual property attorney, enters the process. Cook, who has ...
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Thomas Farley came into the role of Waukesha County Corporation Counsel just as the county seated its first county executive. Appointed in 1991, Farley was the county’s lead attorney as Dan Finley moved into the newly created role of county executive. Finley held that position until he moved on and Dan Vrakas succeeded him.Read More »
Throughout the 40 years of his corporate finance and securities practice, Bruce C. Davidson, a retired partner at Quarles & Brady, represented clients large and small. He has handled transactions worth billions of dollars, led the firm’s corporate finance/securities team, and still found time to give back to the profession and to the community.
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James A. Jaeger, a partner at Hill, Glowacki, Jaeger & Hughes in Madison, is a recognized leader in the area of elder law.Read More »
George H. Solveson has been involved in intellectual property law for more than 40 years. However, his legal work actually began before he ever attended law school.Read More »
People love to argue about sports. And lacking something really important to argue about, like a Bears-Packers game, they may turn to more trivial issues. Like whether auto racing is a sport, or just gearheads making a lot of left ...Read More »