Dean Dietrich says a lawyer who does not complete all contracted tasks may be obligated to return a portion of the fee to the client.
Federal benefits are now available to gay and lesbian couples who reside in Wisconsin but married in another jurisdiction, says Christopher Krimmer.
Sharon Nelson and John Simek warn the information lurking beneath the surface of a digital image can be among the most valuable and dangerous facets of the picture.
Max Neuhaus advises lawyers to laugh more, talk more, and do a little less to prosper in 2014.
State Bar Practice Management Advisor Nerino Petro discusses differences between Apple and Android smart phones and suggests what users should look for when buying a phone.
Critical thinking. Problem solving. Public speaking. Teamwork. Since 1983, mock trial has helped more than 30,000 Wisconsin students instill leadership skills and lifelong memories. Here are some of their stories.
The article looks at eight significant Wisconsin federal court decisions interpreting Wisconsin law in 2013, encompassing common-law claims and statutory interpretations.
The article highlights nine significant Wisconsin Supreme Court decisions from the 2012-13 terms, during which the court issued more than 40 substantive decisions.
Each of us celebrates in December in a way that has meaning to us as an individual, says Patrick Fiedler.
George Brown encourages you to plan ahead for future health needs, because life can change in an instant.
David Ries and John Simek provide some easy-to-use encryption options to protect client information.
Jimmie Anderson gives tips on how persons with disabilities can discuss performance of the job.