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.
Mergers and acquisitions aren’t going to support a firm’s entire practice anytime soon, but the market for them is coming back from the depths of the recent recession, Wisconsin firms say.
While many business-related practice areas took a hit during the recession, intellectual property has been a bright spot for local firms.
Founding a company is tricky business — just ask college buddies Mark Zuckerberg and Eduardo Saverin, whose struggle for control of their creation, Facebook, was detailed in the popular 2010 film “The Social Network.”
On day one in criminal law class, students learn about mens rea: a guilty mind as well as a guilty deed is a necessary element for a criminal prosecution.
The criminalization of business On day one in criminal law class, students learn about mens rea: a guilty mind as well as a guilty deed is a necessary element for a criminal prosecution. Full Story >> Bucyrus clears hurdle in merger lawsuits Oak Creek-based Bucyrus International Inc. has overcome the first major hurdle in a […]
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