A New York lawyer has lost his Wisconsin law license for three months for not paying his taxes.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court's decision to publicly reprimand an Eau Claire lawyer includes a warning about the consequences of future misconduct, should he face professional discipline again.
A Chicago lawyer will lose his Wisconsin law license for six months as reciprocal discipline for a drunken-driving crash that killed his friend.
A Virginia lawyer disciplined for sharing confidential information about a nonprofit group under government investigation is receiving reciprocal punishment in Wisconsin.
A Milwaukee lawyer has agreed to give up her law license for six months after converting a client's settlement funds for personal use and committing other misconduct.
A Chicago attorney will soon learn if he'll receive reciprocal discipline for a drunken-driving crash that killed his friend.
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 […]
A northern Wisconsin lawyer lost his law license for taking nearly $150,000 from his clients, in what appears to be the final chapter in his lengthy disciplinary history.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has granted the Whitefish Bay attorney Theodore Mazza's petition for consensual license revocation, citing the need to establish the seriousness of his misconduct.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has suspended a western Wisconsin solo practitioner's law license for two years, citing a "clear pattern of neglect" in his response to his clients' needs.
A former Madison attorney once deemed a "serious and ongoing threat" saw her law license suspended for two years on Tuesday in her third disciplinary action in Wisconsin.
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 […]
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