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On Jay Cutler and Barry Manilow

After the mighty Chicago Bears lost the NFC Championship Game to the lowly Green Bay Packers, one commentator remarked that, at this point, Jay Cutler has about as much respect in the NFL as Barry Manilow does.

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Business review sites get thumbs up, down

While you may have opted to create profiles on Facebook and LinkedIn, chances are your name, law firm or both are listed in one or more online directories where people can post reviews, and you had no say in the matter.

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Wisconsin Municipal Courts

Last week the City of Milwaukee Municipal Court announced that is was going live with their all-electronic court case management system.

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Elder Law Resource

The National Legal Resource Center is a great clearinghouse of information for research on aging and elder rights.

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Where is all the promised promiscuity?

The Wisconsin director for some organization called the National Federation of Independent Business recently said that Wisconsin has one of the most "promiscuous" tort systems in the country. Inasmuch as I've always been a really big fan of promiscuous behavior, I figured I should check this out.

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Gold and Platinum

When I usually talk about gold or platinum, I am dropping jewelry hints to my husband.

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Book of Odds

I had to start out the year with a website that can be insightful and entertaining. The Book of Odds is a website that presents the probability things.

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Spousal maintenance an ongoing concern

There's an old joke about a husband not wanting to pay his wife any maintenance. The judge, after hearing the evidence, finds she is entitled to support and says, "I'm going to give her $1,000 per month." The husband responds, "Damn nice of you, judge. I'll kick in a couple hundred bucks of my own."

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