A Minnesota lawyer faces discipline in Wisconsin over misconduct he committed in his home state.
A La Crosse attorney is challenging a referee’s recommendation that his law license be suspended for six months and he pass an exam before being reinstated.
A committee convened by the Wisconsin Supreme Court is proposing various changes to the state’s lawyer-discipline procedures and rules, such as letting referees dole out license suspensions in certain circumstances without cases having to go before the high court.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has suspended a Fond du Lac attorney’s license for 14 months.
A referee is recommending that the Wisconsin Supreme Court suspend a La Crosse attorney’s law license for six months and require him to undergo an exam.
A former Jackson County district attorney is challenging allegations that he engaged in criminal behavior that violated attorney-ethics rules.
A Maryland attorney is agreeing to undergo disciplinary measures in Wisconsin for misconduct he committed in his home state.
In a rare step, the Wisconsin Supreme Court has indefinitely suspended the law license of a Mequon attorney, finding that he is medically incapable to defend himself in a pending lawyer-discipline proceeding.
The Office of Lawyer Regulation won’t appeal a referee’s report finding that a Saukville attorney in fact hadn't violated an attorney-ethics rule that the agency had alleged he had broken.
A referee has found that a La Crosse attorney violated three attorney-ethics rules while working on a divorce case.
A referee is recommending that an Oshkosh lawyer be suspended for 90 days.
An Eau Claire attorney is denying allegations of misconduct brought by the state’s lawyer regulation agency earlier this year.
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