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Supreme Court revokes Wis. attorney’s license

A 59-page complaint from the Office of Lawyer Regulation, containing 34 counts of misconduct in violation of 14 different Rules of Professional Conduct for Attorneys, resulted in the revocation of Alexis Michael’s law license.

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Attorney cuts out GOP clients over fees cap bill (UPDATE)

By SCOTT BAUER Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) - An attorney known as the country's king of lemon law litigation said Friday that he will no longer represent Wisconsin Republicans because he's disgusted with a bill working its way through the Legislature that would cap lawyer fees. Vince Megna told The Associated Press that he already has ... Subscribe Login ...

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Former DA Kratz wants harassment suit thrown out

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) - Former Calumet County District Attorney Ken Kratz is asking that a federal sexual harassment lawsuit against him be thrown out. Stephanie Van Groll is suing Kratz for sending racy text messages while he prosecuted her ex-boyfriend for domestic abuse. In a response to the lawsuit filed in federal court in Green ... Subscribe Login Digital ...

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Court revokes former regulator’s law license

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The state Supreme Court has revoked a former state utility regulator's law license. The state Office of Lawyer Regulation recommended the court revoke Willie J. Nunnery of his license for numerous instances of professional misconduct, including failing to pursue clients' cases and failing to cooperate with OLR investigators. The court ruled Tuesday ... Subscribe Login Digital ...

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Court rebukes OLR, praises attorney

In a rare move, the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Oct. 21 published a disciplinary opinion dismissing a case alleging that an attorney violated the rules against conflicts of interest.

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OLR will reopen Kratz case

A prosecutor who sent suggestive text messages to a woman whose boyfriend he was prosecuting faces new scrutiny from the Office of Lawyer Regulation, which cleared him of wrongdoing in March.

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