Wisconsin legal community (from prosecutors to defamation and copyright attorneys) weigh in as Chicago man is suing 27 women over a Facebook group post.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court will be hearing oral arguments on Monday in three cases, including one challenging the state’s Board of Bar Examiners’ rejection of a man’s application seeking admission to practice in Wisconsin.
It’s 11 a.m. on a due date and I’m procrastinating, staring at my phone instead of my computer. This past month has been a mess, between deadlines and family health issues and summer school, with weddings and day trips and a conference thrown in for good measure. A three-hour hearing turned into six yesterday in a windowless basement room, and my lower back is screaming at me for sitting in th[...]
Although lawyers can now take advantage of new rules allowing them to accept electronic payments, they might still want to enlist the help of professionals when balancing their books.
It was Roberta Steiner’s first day on the job as a producer at a Minneapolis TV station when she got the push to go into law school.
The Association for Women Lawyers has announced its new Board of Directors.
On Oct. 6, Wisconsin became the latest in a growing number of states to allow same-sex couples to marry.
A published opinion from the Wisconsin Court of Appeals seeks to clarify when an attorney is able to collect fees for cases he worked on prior to leaving or breaking up a law practice.
Milwaukee’s Sean Sweeney, who hails from Arizona, enjoys the frontier feel of his Financial Industry Regulation Authority hearings.
Who’s Doing What: New hires at Michael Best & Friedrich; Carr makes partner at Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan
Nicholas Boerke and Rachel Farrington have joined Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, Milwaukee.
A veteran Milwaukee family-law practitioner has been cleared of ethics-violation charges regarding reimbursements he sought for his attendance and service at numerous American Bar Association events.
In advance of its 154th annual Meeting and Luncheon on June 12, the Milwaukee Bar Association announced the winners of its annual awards.
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