June Wisconsin Lawyer: New Trust Code, Shareholder Disputes, Court Competency, Court Funding, the Hollywood Effect, and More
June 5, 2014 – Wisconsin’s new trust code takes effect on July 1, 2014. Thus, if you are an estate planner or your practice touches the trust code, it’s high time to learn about it. The June Wisconsin Lawyer, available online and in mailboxes soon, has you covered.
Reporting Foreign Bank Accounts: More Important than Ever
June 4, 2014 – A U.S. person or entity must disclose foreign bank accounts by June 30 every year if the account or accounts exceeded $10,000 during the year. In this article, Madison attorney Frederic Behrens discusses why reporting foreign bank accounts just became very important.
Wisconsin’s New OWI Law: Four Years Later
June 4, 2014 – In this article, Glendale OWI defense attorneys Andrew Mishlove and Lauren Stuckert discuss Wisconsin’s new OWI law and the impacts and trends since enactment in 2010.
Three Factors Shaking Up the Legal Marketplace
June 4, 2014 – Three factors working together – technology, competition, and regulation – plus the impact of the economic downturn, are changing the fundamentals of the legal market in ways that lawyers never experienced. In this video, Jordan Furlong talks about what lies ahead for the legal profession.
Kick Your Summer Off with CLE and Networking – Annual Meeting & Conference in Three Weeks in Lake Geneva
June 4, 2014 – Have you registered for the 2014 State Bar Annual Meeting & Conference yet? You can choose from more than 20 programs designed for a variety of office settings, practice areas, and experience levels, earn up to 13 CLE and 5.5 EPR credits, and experience dozens of opportunities to connect with hundreds of Wisconsin lawyers. All this and more in a day and a half on June 26 and 27 at Grand Geneva Resort & Spa in Lake Geneva.