A Milwaukee attorney is contending that lawyer-regulators failed to take into account certain mitigating factors before charging him for misconduct.Read More »
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has sided with a recent law-school graduate and Republican campaign manager in a dispute over a decision that denied him admission to practice law in the state. The justices’ decision Friday stems from Charles Nichols’ challenge ...Read More »
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has suspended a Green Bay attorney’s license for six months over misconduct that includes attempting to transfer money out of his firm’s trust account while in jail and advertising his legal services even though his license had been suspended.Read More »
An attorney known for defending the convicted serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer again faces suspension of his law license over charges that include failing to produce bank-account records to investigators and failing to submit fee disputes to arbitration.Read More »
A federal appeals court has ruled that a district court judge got it right when he refused to let a former La Crosse lawyer appeal a bankruptcy judge’s order to pay for his disciplinary hearing.Read More »
The Wisconsin Supreme Court will hear three cases in March involving appeals in lawyer-discipline and workers’ compensation cases and a certified case involving contracts.
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