Since COVID-19 struck, state and local governments have attempted to mitigate its spread by, among other things, suspending or restricting business operations.
School districts, administrators and boards throughout Wisconsin are considering a variety of liability issues as they make decisions about how to start the 2020-21 school year with cases of COVID-19 on the rise.
The arrival of COVID-19 caused abrupt changes to construction practices. In a matter of days, things went from business as usual to social distancing.
Many businesses moved with alarming speed to transition their workforce out of their physical workplaces to remote locations housed in dens, kitchens and other not-so-traditional spaces.
The Corporate Legal Operations Consortium has named a Husch Blackwell project designed to manage a portfolio of litigation as one of its inaugural Legal Innovation in Operations Project award winners.
Jason Fathallah, a former insurance coverage co-chair at von Briesen & Roper, has joined Husch Blackwell's Milwaukee firm as a partner.
A recently published white paper from Husch Blackwell's private-wealth team offers estate-planning guidance amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Husch Blackwell has more than doubled its Wisconsin health care team, adding 12 attorneys and a paralegal to its Madison office in the first weeks of 2020. The new hires are the local result of the firm’s national strategy to expand its health-care practice.
Twelve attorneys have joined Husch Blackwell's health care, life sciences and education-industry team, the firm announced Monday. The attorneys come from Godfrey & Kahn and Reinhart.
To many people, nonprofit work might not seem to have much in common with Opportunity Zones and other sorts of federal development incentives.
Jeff McIntyre, once a partner at Husch Blackwell’s office in Wisconsin, has left the firm following allegations that he punched a man in the nose outside an apartment on Christmas Day 2017 and drove while intoxicated.
Hupy and Abraham celebrated it 50th anniversary with a gathering on April 15 at its office in downtown Milwaukee.
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