A federal judge whose public online writings have been a lightning rod for controversy says he's shutting down his blog.
In any political race, there are always keywords that candidates go back to again and again.
According to a survey by the National Association for Law Placement, recent law school grads who get the coveted big law jobs aren't making as much as they did a few years ago.
It looks like Ryan Braun's former friend isn't giving up in his litigious quest against his former Milwaukee Brewers friend and the attorneys who represented him. To me, though, it's just another quirky part of a rare example of jail being imposed in a contempt proceeding.
Forgive, me, please, but I think I have a case of report fatigue.
Maybe I wasn't reading as many tweets about prior same-sex marriage decisions, but I don't remember seeing nearly as many memorable quotes as I did Thursday.
I felt like Henry Fonda from "12 Angry Men." Except a boy's life wasn’t on the line -- just a few thousand dollars and the dignity of a soon-to-be ex-husband who lost his wife to another man.
Another day, another judge who criticizes and sanctions Rodney Rigsby for his litigious nature.
One thing became abundantly clear during Tuesday afternoon’s debate between the Democratic state attorney general candidates: if you don’t know who you’re voting for by this point, there’s not much the candidates can do for you.
We’re still several months away from any major state Supreme Court election activity, but recent campaign finance reports reveal who continues to plug away during the offseason.
Trials in Florida were never boring, but there weren’t that many surprises, either.
At least two state Supreme Court justices continue to show concern about the application of a newly-passed rule designed to give judges a roadmap on how to deal with pro se litigants in court.
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- McCarthy allies press GOP holdouts
- States expand Medicaid dental coverage
- Airbnb cracks down on bogus listings
- Hackers breach 2 Vegas casinos
- Solo vs. big law: Does size really matter?
- Wisconsin Court System’s director of public information officer retires abruptly
- New lawsuit launched over secret Vos impeachment investigation
- Federal judge rules for students with disabilities in age-cutoff case
- Wisconsin DNR board appointees tell Republican lawmakers they don’t support wolf population limit
- The most prevalent forms of cyber crime (CHART)
- Money laundering complaint filed against Justice Protasiewicz by convicted felon, election denier, alleged stalker
- Evers appoints McElroy as Price County district attorney
- Evers appoints Ann Peacock to Dane County Circuit Court
- Michael Best appoints Sarah Alt to new role as chief process and AI officer
- Attorney Peter Baziano joins Murphy Desmond in its Business and Real Estate practice groups
- GRGB partner Karnes honored at Run for Justice
- DeWitt’s Miotke reappointed to SPD’s Board
- Hupy and Abraham wins award for ‘Behind the Handlebars’ video series
- Evers appoints trio to Milwaukee County Circuit Court
- Kubiak joins Amundsen Davis’ Business Litigation Service Group
- GRGB partners Jason Luczak, Nicole Masnica honored with Wisconsin Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers award
- Teuta Jonuzi, Joshua Hargrove promoted to equity partners at Tracey Wood & Associates
- Reinhart’s Taggatz joins International Association of Defense Counsel