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FAMILY LAW: Personal proclivity of judges plays a role in cases

As a sports fan, it’s frustrating to watch Olympic events that have subjective scoring, such as gymnastics and my favorite, synchronized swimming (is that really a sport?). It is so much easier to determine winners and losers where the results are objective, like in swimming and track and field.

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Sick day law could scare away firms

An appellate court ruling supporting mandatory paid sick leave for Milwaukee-based companies has some law firms considering a move outside the city. Matthew Katz, firm administrator for Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols SC, Milwaukee, said depending on how the law is interpreted, it could motivate the firm, which has been in the city for 160 years, to leave. “We haven’t ...

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