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Conflicting statutes could cost insurers millions

Oral arguments are just around the corner in the eagerly awaited case of Ronald E. Belding Jr. v. Deeanna L. Demoulin, 2012 AP 829, which will determine whether drivers can stack together auto insurance policies to increase coverage if they were injured from 2009 to 2011 by an uninsured or underinsured motorist.

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Who’s Doing What: Attorneys on the rise; MBA names award-winners

Patricia Hutter, a partner at Quarles & Brady LLP, Milwaukee, was appointed to the Wisconsin Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth's Board of Directors.

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Who’s Doing What: New hires, awards and a Milwaukee firm relocates

Peterson, Johnson & Murray SC moved to the 788 Building at 788 N. Jefferson, Milwaukee. The Milwaukee-based firm has more than 60 employees in its downtown office. It also has offices in Madison, Manitowoc, Kenosha and Chicago.

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Jackson residents sue over gas spill

A group of 150 families has sued Buckeye Partners LP, Houston, and West Shore Pipeline Cos., Arlington Heights, Ill., due to groundwater contamination at their Washington County homes resulting from a gas pipeline rupture in July. Additional families have expressed interest in joining the suit, according to a news release, and related entities were also named as defendants.

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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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Tough cases to tackle

When veteran litigator Paul E. Bucher joined his school's football team in seventh grade, one of the first things coaches had him do was pick out and test his helmet to make sure it fit.

"We were told to put it on, run and hit our head against a tree to see if it fit properly," he said. "Of course, I did it."

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