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Share your memories of Nathan Fishbach

Nathan A. Fishbach, a former Wisconsin Law Journal Leader in the Law, died Saturday of cancer. He was 58. Fishbach was a former interim U.S. attorney in Milwaukee and served in the U.S. attorney’s office for 13 years before joining the Milwaukee office of Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek SC in 1993. He primarily practiced white collar and civil litigation, but was ...

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Who’s doing what

Anne McIntyre, Northern Illinois 2007 magna cum laude, has joined Nelson, Irvings & Waeffler, SC, Wauwatosa as an associate. She will concentrate her practice in elder law, probate, and disability planning. She was previously with the Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee. The law firm of Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek SC has announced the election of Kim Wynn and the re-election of ...

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Who’s Doing What

von Briesen & Roper s.c., announces that the firm is being considered for the 2011 International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) Emerging Technology Champion Awards. The project that resulted in the nomination is an open source intranet that has a similar look, feel and functionality to iGoogle called “vBDash.” Winners will be announced at ILTA’s annual conference in August. The firm’s ...

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Who’s doing what

Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek honored the selection of Nathan Fishbach as the recipient of the Eastern District of Wisconsin Bar Association 2011 Judge Myron L. Gordon Lifetime Achievement Award with a lead gift to Marquette University Law School to create a new student-development fund. The Nathan Fishbach Student Development Fund will enable Marquette Law School’s Career Planning Center to bring in ...

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The criminalization of business

On day one in criminal law class, students learn about mens rea: a guilty mind as well as a guilty deed is a necessary element for a criminal prosecution.

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