As the federal government contemplates $10,000 in student debt forgiveness, lawyers say it won't make much difference to their high loan balances.
There has been a lot to lose sleep over lately — skyrocketing COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin, contested election results, the racial inequality that permeates so many parts of society.
On paper, the new rule appears simple: Starting July 1, lawyer-mediators will be able to draw up settlement documents in family law cases. In practice, though, it's far from easy.
When it comes to protecting your online data, assuming the worst may not be going far enough. Just ask anyone whose computer was caught up in the ransomware attack that struck about 150 countries earlier this month.
With an unprecedented ransomware attack against hospitals, universities, businesses and others in large swaths across Europe and Asia, there could hardly be a better time to think about security.
Economic winter is coming. Eventually. Probably. Maybe.
Mark Bartels has one regret about his firm changing names from Stellpflug Law to One Law Group. “I think we should have done it sooner,” said Bartels, president of the 10-attorney firm, which has offices in De Pere and Appleton.
The New Year has brought a new turn for the state's ethics rules for the use of technology.
It all started with the pesky section symbol.
From first-timers to veteran partners, attorneys agree that a good cultural fit is the biggest contributor to the success of firm mergers.
More than a dozen counties will adopt electronic-filing requirements in the next few months as the push toward mandatory e-filing continues in Wisconsin.
When it comes to family law, being a lawyer is only part of the deal.
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