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Milwaukee lawyer to find out punishment for keeping client settlement secret, other misconduct

Next week, the Wisconsin Supreme Court will announce the punishment for a Milwaukee lawyer accused of keeping a $25,000 settlement secret from a client. The high court is scheduled to release its opinion in the Office of Lawyer Regulation’s case against Coral Dawn Pleas of Pleas Williams on Tuesday. In May, the OLR charged Pleas with eight counts of misconduct ...

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Top lawyer for Milwaukee County sees license reinstated after short administrative suspension

The top lawyer for Milwaukee County can practice again. Corporation Counsel Margaret Daun’s law license was suspended on June 16 after she had failed to meet the deadline for certifying she had completed 30 hours of required continuing-legal education in 2018 and 2019. Daun told the Journal Sentinel she had taken enough courses but hadn’t gotten around to filing the ...

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Supreme Court set to rule on former Doyle legal counsel’s disciplinary case

Gov. Jim Doyle’s chief legal counsel and deputy chief of staff will soon learn if he’ll have his law license suspended for a second time because of misconduct. The Wisconsin Supreme Court is scheduled to release its decision in the Office of Lawyer Regulation’s case against Stanley Davis of The Davis Group on Thursday. The OLR filed a complaint against Davis in ...

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Court split on 6-month suspension for Milwaukee-area attorney

Office of Lawyer Regulation

A Milwaukee-area attorney's misconduct case turned on Wednesday into an argument about mandatory minimums for lawyer misconduct. The Wisconsin Supreme Court was split on the appropriate punishment for Robert Moodie, a former senior partner at Hippenmeyer, Reilly, Moodie & Blum in Waukesha.

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