Most weeks, including this one, you can find a roundup of attorneys who have been sanctioned by the state Supreme Court for violating ethical rules.
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A Monroe attorney who did not cooperate with an attorney discipline investigation violated the rules, but the violation was so minimal that it doesn’t require discipline, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Wednesday.Read More »
An influx of money from pro hac vice fees will allow Wisconsin’s Access to Justice Commission Inc. to continue its work, but questions remain about its future viability.Read More »
A $200 increase to the fee out-of-state attorneys pay to handle cases in Wisconsin will bring a much-needed boost to the state’s Access to Justice Commission and Wisconsin Trust Account Foundation.Read More »
The public will not be privy to attorney misconduct investigations before a formal complaint is filed, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.Read More »
An Eau Claire criminal defense attorney who sent a letter to a judge containing information normally protected by attorney-client privilege did not violate any ethical rules, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.Read More »