Matthew D. Rowe will succeed Stewart L. Etten as the president of Ruder Ware.
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A new report from the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty proposes a series of reforms to Wisconsin's emergency-powers statutes, including preventing emergency declarations from lasting more than 30 days and prohibiting orders from confining people to their homes.Read More »
On a frigid Tuesday in mid-February, Tony Gibart and members of his team at Midwest Environmental Advocates gathered for a photograph on the shores of Lake Monona, just a few blocks from the nonprofit firm’s Madison office.Read More »
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, judges throughout the U.S. were stressed. Recent survey results from the American Bar Association found one-third of judges were experiencing the physical or mental effects of stress.Read More »
A northern Wisconsin attorney who saw her law license suspended for lying to her employer can legally practice law once again. The Wisconsin Supreme Court reinstated Beth M. Bant’s law license on Jan. 26. Bant lost her license for six months starting in ...Read More »