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Tag Archives: Dean Dietrich

Justices grapple with proposed e-banking rule

A proposed overhaul of the state's e-banking rules for lawyers could have a significant effect on solo practitioners and attorneys working at small law firms. But exactly what that effect will be depends on who is being asked.

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Dangers lurk around ghost blogging

Blogging can be a cost-effective means of marketing, but when the writing is done by someone other than a lawyer, firms put themselves at risk of potential ethics violations.

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ABA clarifies fee guidelines

An American Bar Association committee is spelling out when it’s reasonable for lawyers to change a client’s fee terms during representation.

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Lawyers reticent to share opinions, advice on Facebook

Litigator Jacob Curtis stopped short of the ethical line during a Facebook conversation with a friend who wanted legal advice. The friend said she was entitled to unpaid wages from her employer, and gave a detailed account of her situation, said Curtis, with Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren SC in Milwaukee. His friend, he said, wanted to know if her interpretation ...

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Who’s doing what

Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren announces that attorneys Nathan K. Johnson, Amy L. Lindner and Lucas J. Pagels have been named shareholders in the firm. Johnson, a member of the firm’s Trusts and Estates Practice, serves a wide range of clients including individuals, closely held businesses and charitable organizations. Johnson received his law degree, cum laude, from Marquette University Law School. ...

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