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Commentary: Limited liability? Not so fast

Most attorneys will recommend that when starting a business, a client should form some sort of entity to limit the personal liability that the business owner may face. Usually, this involves a conversation on the limits of a corporation’s or ...

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Commentary: Pro bono internships done right

Having written critically about the implications of major law firms offering newly hired associates to fill vacant judiciary clerkships, it seems only fair to cite a more positive trend. In October 2009, the Associated Press reported that a number of ...

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Commentary: Choosing sponsorships with care

You see the signs — your executive director is darting around the firm attending countless committee meetings and finance committee members are spending more time together in boardrooms than families do during the holiday season. It’s budget time. In today’s ...

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Michelle Friedman Bio

Michelle Friedman is the Director of Marketing and Business Development at Davis & Kuelthau. She is responsible for the marketing, communication, public relations and business development efforts of the firm. She is also a veteran of the United States Army ...

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Robert Teuber is a tax attorney with Weiss Berzowski Brady LLP in Milwaukee. He works with individuals and businesses in resolving tax audits, appeals, litigation and collection actions brought by the IRS and Departments of Revenue. Rob can be reached ...

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Ron Phillips is a self-described attorney-computer nerd with over fifteen years of experience as a software architect and technology entrepreneur. He has helped to design and build enterprise systems for large and mid-size corporations, developed commercial software products and authored ...

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Commentary: How does Pro Bono help attorneys?

In my last two columns, I criticized the State Bar of Wisconsin Family Law Section and the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers for failing to weigh in on the significant applications of two appellate cases in ...

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