June Wisconsin Lawyer: Growing Up Amidst Injustice
June 8, 2015 – In the June Wisconsin Lawyer, learn about Walter H. White Jr., a lawyer and champion for diversity in the legal profession. Also, don’t miss features on developments concerning the “business judgment rule,” and the “salaried minimum wage.”
Accused Campus Killer Can Pursue Civil Claims against Prosecutor, Lab Techs
Ralph Armstrong spent almost 30 years in prison before a new trial was ordered in his murder-rape case, which was later dismissed. Recently, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit ruled that Armstrong can pursue his civil lawsuit against the prosecutor and crime lab techs, accused of destroying evidence in bad faith.
May Wisconsin Lawyer: Intro to Indian Law, Marital Waste, and Deposition Ethics
May 11, 2015 – The May Wisconsin Lawyer includes a cover article on Indian Law in Wisconsin, with wildlife photos from an Oneida Tribe member. There’s also features on challenges involving marital waste in divorce cases and the ethical and discovery rules at play in depositions. Finally, don’t miss this issue’s insights and columns, including one on “creative disruption” from ABA President William C. Hubbard.