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Who’s Doing What: Lawyers on the rise

John Daniels Jr., chairman of Quarles & Brady LLP, Milwaukee, received the Friend of the University Award from the Marquette University Alumni Association. The award recognizes distinguished leadership and/or service to Marquette University by a nonalumnus/alumna. Daniels was selected due ...

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Who’s Doing What: Lopez Law joins Murphy Desmond; new hires at The Schroeder Group

Perkins Coie LLP was named one of the 2012 Top 10 Family Friendly Firms by Yale Law Women, a student organization devoted to promoting the interests of women in law school and the legal profession. This is the fourth time in the past five years that Seattle-based Perkins Coie, which has an office in Madison, has been included on the list.

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Necessity of Supreme Court citation rule unclear after more than 2 years

When the Wisconsin Supreme Court next year reviews its 2009 rule that allows for citation of unpublished appellate court decisions, there may be minimal evidence to determine the value of the change.

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Leaders in the Law 2011: Celebrating our legal professionals

More than 350 judges, lawyers, family and friends attended the Wisconsin Law Journal’s ninth annual Leaders in the Law Event in Milwaukee Wednesday. The evening event, held at the Hilton Milwaukee City Center, recognized 27 attorneys and judges for their ...

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1. Foley & Lardner

Total attorneys (in Wisconsin): 326 Addresses in Wisconsin: 777 E. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53202-5306; Verex Plaza, 150 E. Gilman St., Madison, WI 53703-1481 Office phone: Milwaukee: 414-271-2400; Madison: 608-257-5035 Out-of-state offices: Boston; Brussels; Chicago; Detroit; Jacksonville; Los Angeles; Miami; ...

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Katherine D. Spitz

Foley & Lardner may call its litigation department the “Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution” practice. But although Kate Spitz only joined the firm in 2007, she would likely have fit in well in the days before “alternative dispute resolution” entered the lexicon.

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