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 […]
A western Wisconsin attorney with a lengthy disciplinary history could lose his law license for good for his latest dozen counts of misconduct.
A Milwaukee lawyer could lose her law license for six months for keeping a $25,000 insurance settlement secret from her client, among other misconduct violations.
A Chicago attorney who lost his Illinois law license after a fatal drunken-driving crash may receive a reciprocal punishment in Wisconsin.
A Florida attorney who was disbarred for misconduct is asking the Wisconsin Supreme Court to give him a chance to practice law in Wisconsin.
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.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has taken its seventh disciplinary action against a Walworth County attorney, suspending his law license for 60 days.
A Walworth County lawyer is on his way to receiving his seventh disciplinary action from the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
A northern Wisconsin lawyer blamed 18 counts of misconduct on his opioid addiction, but a referee in the Office of Lawyer Regulation's case against him disagreed, saying the two matters are unrelated.
A Stevens Point attorney will lose his law license for 60 days for fabricating a motion and disappearing on his clients.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court will decide this week on punishment for two attorneys charged with misconduct.
The law license of a prominent attorney at Milwaukee firm Gimbel, Reilly, Guerin & Brown has been suspended for 60 days because of misconduct in two divorce cases.
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