When most people think of identity theft, they tend to imagine a hacker using stolen credit card information to buy high-ticket items, or using Social Security numbers to open fraudulent accounts.
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It’s no secret that attorneys particularly struggle with work-life balance.Read More »
This is in response to a Jan. 14 column, by Joshua Levy and Bailey Steffes, called “Tools of the Trade: Avoiding subcontractor defaults.”Read More »
A measure for a proposed state constitutional amendment to change how the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s chief justice is selected is on its way to passing a second consecutive legislative session, in time to appear on the April 7 ballot.Read More »
The construction industry is experiencing a rise in business as a result of greater investment in facility improvements across the board, but the increase brings with it greater risk.Read More »
The adage that prosecutors can “indict a ham sandwich” has been called into question recently, when grand juries declined to prosecute officers involved in the deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., and Eric Garner in New York.Read More »
When the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to take Bobby Chen's case involving a run-down Baltimore row house razed by the city, it looked past the fact he was too poor to pay the court's filing fee and had no attorney. But now Chen can't be found, something unheard of at the nation's highest court: http://on.wsj.com/1yUMQGJRead More »