Megan L. Drury has joined Milwaukee-based Gimbel, Reilly, Guerin & Brown's family-law team.
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Jorge R. Fragoso has joined Gimbel, Reilly, Guerin & Brown’s criminal defense, appellate and civil litigation teams. Fragoso comes to GRGB after spending nine years with the Wisconsin State Public Defender’s Office. While at the trial division in Waukesha County, he represented ...Read More »
Foley & Lardner recently announced that three attorneys at the firm have been elected to partnership.Read More »
When the Milwaukee attorney Tom Shriner was studying for the Wisconsin bar exam, he discovered a discrepancy between the state's statutory language governing when past criminal convictions can be introduced to impeach a witness and actual courtroom practice.Read More »
If nothing else, the Netflix series “Making a Murderer” has put a spotlight on an unsettling practice that Julius Kim and other defense lawyers see all the time: The admission into evidence of statements gathered in coercive interrogations.
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Not every judge would feel comfortable writing in an opinion that “the sight of a shackled litigant is apt to make jurors think they’re dealing with a mad dog.”
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Defense attorney Frank Gimbel did not want to question his client John Spooner in court recently, but was forced to when the 76-year-old insisted upon taking the stand.Read More »
Kathryn Keppel of Gimbel, Reilly, Guerin & Brown LLP, Milwaukee, received recognition for “Outstanding Community Service” from Centro Legal, an organization that provides affordable legal services to low-income individuals in Milwaukee.Read More »
Bryan Schultz, a partner at Foley & Lardner LLP’s Milwaukee office, was named co-chairman of Foley’s Food Industry Team. Schultz and his co-chair, Michael Flanagan, will lead a team that provides legal and lobbying services for companies that produce, distribute or sell food, and the businesses that deal with them.Read More »
Paralegal positions, while less lucrative than starting associate jobs, are becoming an attractive option for unemployed lawyers looking for work.Read More »
Twenty-six of Wisconsin’s best and brightest young attorneys were honored Aug. 31 at the Wisconsin Club during the Wisconsin Law Journal’s Up and Coming Lawyers event. More than 250 honorees and guests attended the event. Honorees were selected from more than 75 nominations in a wide range of practice areas – everything from criminal defense to trusts and estates to the city attorney’s office. For more photos from the event, see the Sept. 6 issue of the Wisconsin Law Journal.Read More »