A State Bar committee is set to consider more than $600,000 in claims stemming from former clients of Appleton attorney Steven Wilson, who died in June at age 57.Read More »
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.Read More »
Wisconsin Supreme Court justices appeared skeptical Tuesday about a State Bar bylaw that several said potentially could give the bar’s governing board broad power to remove a dissenter from office.Read More »
Eric Farnsworth received the Robert L. Habush Trial Lawyer of the Year Award from the Wisconsin Association for Justice at its annual dinner in Milwaukee.
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Retired Outagamie County Circuit Court Judge Harold Froehlich received the Lifetime Jurist Achievement Award, and Milwaukee County Circuit Court Chief Judge Jeffrey Kremers received the Judge of the Year Award from the State Bar of Wisconsin in November.Read More »
Many agree that the State Bar’s support of a term-limit proposal for Wisconsin justices is important if the measure is going to gain traction.Read More »
Michael Hupy, a shareholder of the personal injury law firm Hupy and Abraham SC, Milwaukee, accepted his nomination as a fellow of the Wisconsin Law Foundation.
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The Wisconsin State Bar’s Board of Governors is expected to decide this week whether to support a measure that would limit state Supreme Court justices to a single, 16-year term.Read More »
A proposal to rewrite Wisconsin’s criminal code is drawing ire from some because of a clause that would eliminate preliminary hearings in felony cases.Read More »