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Apr 24, 2013

To email or not to email

Advances in technology have brought new modalities of communication — and a dizzying array of choices for interaction. But in the age of email, social media and texts, which options are best to use when consulting with clients over their cases?

Apr 24, 2013

Racine Co. tests restraining order notification

Racine County will test a program that notifies victims when a restraining order is formally served on their alleged perpetrators.

Apr 24, 2013

Wausau man to stand trial for bigamy

A Wausau man has been ordered to stand trial for bigamy.

Apr 23, 2013

Appellate court forces private review of informant’s testimony

A trial court should have looked for exculpatory evidence by privately reviewing the testimony of a confidential informant who tipped off police about a car carrying almost a pound of marijuana in Marshfield, according to the 4th District Court of Appeals.

Apr 23, 2013

Unions seek injunction to block law implementation

Unions challenging Gov. Scott Walker's law that effectively ended collective bargaining for most public workers have asked a court to stop the state from implementing portions of the law found to be unconstitutional.

Apr 23, 2013

Watching the clock: Tips for attorneys who want to boost billable hours

Wisconsin lawyers spend 37 percent of their time on work that goes unbilled, according to a national survey.

Apr 23, 2013

Bill would restrict alleged child molesters

A Wisconsin legislator is pressing for a law that would require anyone charged with child molestation to stay away from the alleged victim.

Apr 23, 2013

Utilities settle with EPA over air pollution

Wisconsin utilities have agreed to spend more than $1 billion to clean up aging coal-fired power plants under a settlement with federal regulators announced Monday.

Apr 22, 2013

Plea deal reached in illegal strip search case (UPDATE)

A Milwaukee police officer accused of illegal strip searches is expected to accept a plea deal.

Apr 22, 2013

US cracks down on worker classification

In an effort to fend off an official investigation of its books, a major tobacco company hired a law firm to audit the classification of 5,000 workers.

Apr 22, 2013

Court: Does ex or current wife get money?

Supreme Court justices are questioning a Virginia law that would override a federal employee's designation of a beneficiary in a federal insurance program.

Apr 22, 2013

Tort reform tug of war: Political opponents pit corporations against citizens in debate

If tort-reform bills now before state legislators had been laws two years ago, Lindy Orlowski would be out about $60,000.


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