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Dues debate raises cost concerns

An attempt to restructure yearly dues for older and younger attorneys drew criticism Tuesday for the fiscal effect it would have on the State Bar and the Office of Lawyer Regulation.

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Attorney faces 2-year suspension

A northern Wisconsin attorney is facing a two-year suspension for allegedly co-mingling client money with his law office and personal bank accounts to pay for personal expenses. The Office of Lawyer Regulation, which filed the complaint Thursday against Thomas Mulligan, alleges he used as much as $9,488 from his clients’ trust accounts to pay for personal expenses between 2007 and ...

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