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Feb 28, 2017

Family, Walworth County reach $1.1M settlement over man’s shooting

The family of a Walworth County man shot by a sheriff's deputy has reached a settlement with the county.

Aug 8, 2014

Court sides with town in wind farm dispute

A town board did not act unconstitutionally when it waffled on issuing permits for a proposed wind farm that ultimately fell through, according to a federal appeals court ruling.

Aug 26, 2013

New case highlights clash of dueling public policies

Recent developments interpreting the protections and limitations of the Drivers Policy Protection Act signal that conflict may be on the way between the DPPA and Wisconsin’s Open Records Law – a reality that may require more resources expended by information-hungry[...]

Jul 12, 2013

Appellate court affirms discovery sanctions against Target

After Cheryl Cody complained to Target customer service that she and three family members had been exposed to Ortho Ant & Roach Killer concealed in an air mattress box, she dropped the box off at the west Madison Target store.

Jun 18, 2012

Medical examiners’ popularity depends on counsel’s perspective

A medical examiner’s testimony can be the turning point in many cases, but how and whether to employ MEs depends on which side of the table you’re sitting.

Feb 17, 2012

Brennan takes road less traveled on career path

When attorney Pat Brennan graduated law school in 1981, he could have joined his father’s Janesville law practice, Brennan Steil SC.

Feb 6, 2012

Wisconsin group petitions high court for certiorari

A Wisconsin-based citizens group is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review a case challenging the annexation of a business park.

Dec 30, 2011

Wis. officials file motion over Berlin mascot (UPDATE)

The state wants a lawsuit dismissed that challenges the constitutionality of a 2010 state law that allows the schools superintendent to ban American Indian mascots and logos.

Nov 2, 2011

LEGAL CENTS: Seven ways to save on experts

An expert, per Oscar Wilde, is “an ordinary man away from home, giving advice.” He’s probably being well compensated, too.

Feb 24, 2011

Who’s Doing What

Quarles & Brady announced that Christopher L. Nickels has joined the firm’s Milwaukee office as an associate in the Labor & Employment Practice Group. Nickels’ practice focuses on representing employers and employees on a wide range of labor and employment matters, including claims of race, age, gender and religious discrimination as well as claims under […]


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