As the federal government contemplates $10,000 in student debt forgiveness, lawyers say it won't make much difference to their high loan balances.Read More »
Services for D. Michael Guerin, who died on June 1, will begin with a visitation gathering at 1 p.m. with a funeral mass at 2 p.m. on Friday, June 24, at the Church of the Gesu located on the Marquette University campus (1145 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee).Read More »
Citing a March verdict, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals agreed once again the percentage of prison wages the state can withhold from a convicted inmate, affirming a Dane County Circuit Court decision.Read More »
Danielle Rousset has joined Gimbel, Reilly, Guerin & Brown in the firm’s probate and fiduciary litigation group. Rousset joins the team after many years with a small firm, where she represented clients in insurance, business, tort, employment and appeals cases.
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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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