Testamentary Trust: Court Resolves Intra-family Lake Cottage Dispute
Rene Von Schleinitz died in 1972. His will provided for a trust to hold land with “improvements,” including cottages on Cedar Lake in West Bend. Recently, a state appeals court ruled that “improvements” did not include septic and well systems serving a cocottage built and owned by Von Schleinitz’s daughter and her husband.
State Bar Board Supports Amended E-filing Petition, Discusses Legal Form Sales
The State Bar of Wisconsin’s 52-member Board of Governors voted unanimously to support an amended petition that would mandate electronic filing (e-filing) in circuit courts and discussed the possibility of allowing the sale of State Bar legal forms to the public, among other topics at its meeting today in Madison.
Right-to-Try and Right-to-Die: Moving Toward Patient Empowerment
Dec. 2, 2015 – In this article, attorney Tyler Wilkinson explains how legal developments, including “right-to-try” and “right-to-die” laws, could accelerate the healthcare industry’s move towards greater patient empowerment and engagement in their own care.
Introverts Can Network Too: Beyond ‘Working the Room’
Dec. 2, 2015 – Work a room? The discussion surrounding networking often seems like the sole province of an extreme extrovert. Given the importance of in-person marketing for any business, what’s an introvert to do? Jeff Glazer has good news for those yearning for a different approach.