Keep Your Vision Clear with New EyeMed Vision Plan
Aug. 19, 2015 – The State Bar of Wisconsin offers a new EyeMed Vision Plan as its newest benefit for members and their spouses and families. Get access to a national network of providers – sign up today for coverage effective Sept. 1.
Physician’s Testimony Admissible in Med-Mal Case, Appeals Court Rules
A state appeals court has rejected a physician’s claim that another physician’s testimony about her standard of prenatal and delivery care should have been excluded at trial, concluding the testimony met the standard governing admissibility of expert test imony met the standard governing admissibility of expert testimony.
Landlords Win on Notice, but City’s Housing Inspection Program Can Continue
The City of La Crosse passed an ordinance requiring landlords to participate in an inspection and registration program, and to give tenants proper notice regarding city inspections. Recently, a state appeals court struck the ordinance’s provisions on noti ce to tenants, concluding they are preempted by state law.-->
Understanding Wage and Hour Law: Compliance, Enforcement, and Remedies
Aug. 5, 2015 – Thousands of state and federal wage and hour law complaints are filed each year. In this article, three attorneys provide an overview of wage and hour laws, discuss how they are enforced through government and private actions, and how employers can ensure compliance.
Wait! Is That My Land? Understanding Adverse Possession
Aug. 5, 2015 – Good fences make good neighbors; bad ones might lead neighbors into court to battle over mismarked boundaries and “true” ownership of property. Jessica Shrestha overviews adverse possession, and what lawyers should consider.
Dreaming of Your Own Firm? Attend Business School for Lawyers
Aug. 5, 2015 – Develop your practice with the Business School for Lawyers, and learn about the operations, financial management, marketing, and human resources concepts you need for successfully managing a law practice from a business perspective.