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    • September
      01
      2016

      Shelf Life

      Want to Review a Book? Please request a book and writing guidelines from Wisconsin Lawyer managing editor.

    • September
      01
      2016

      Supreme Court Digest

      In this column, Prof. Daniel Blinka and Prof. Thomas Hammer summarize all decisions of the Wisconsin Supreme Court (except those involving lawyer or judicial discipline).

    • September
      01
      2016

      Court of Appeals Digest

      In this column, Profs. Daniel D. Blinka and Thomas J. Hammer summarize select published opinions of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals. Full-text decisions are linked below.

    • September
      01
      2016

      Lawyer Discipline

      These summaries are provided by the Office of Lawyer Regulation (OLR), an agency of the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

    • September
      01
      2016

      Official Notices

      Visit the Official Notices page for a quick reference for locating recent official notices of Wisconsin Supreme Court orders adopting, amending, or repealing rules, statutes, or policies related to Supreme Court rules and State Bar of Wisconsin rules and bylaws.

    • September
      01
      2016

      Members Only

      If you have moved, become a partner or an associate, or received a promotion or an award, let us know.

    • August
      31
      2016

      Affordable Care Act Update – How to Buy Group Health Insurance in 2016

      The Affordable Care Act requires applicable large employers to provide health insurance coverage statements to employees and file annual information returns with the IRS. The details should be used to inform a large employer’s group health plan purchase or renewal strategy.

    • August
      29
      2016

      Appeals Court Reverses PAC Conviction, Says Jury Must Decide

      Aug. 29, 2016 – A state appeals court recently reversed a man’s conviction for prohibited alcohol concentration (PAC), concluding that the trial judge could not decide the issue on directed verdict. That is, the jury was required to decide.

    • August
      26
      2016

      Federal Appeals Court Upholds Quantity Finding on Meth Sales

      Aug. 26, 2016 – A man who pleaded guilty to selling a large amount of methamphetamine with his girlfriend in northwestern Wisconsin recently lost his federal appeal, despite his argument that the judge improperly calculated the quantity he sold.

    • August
      25
      2016

      Changes to U.S. Visa Waiver Program Will Affect Some International Travelers

      The Visa Waiver Program is a U.S. government program that allows citizens of specific countries to travel to the U.S. for tourism, business, or while in transit, for up to 90 days without having to obtain a visa. Attorney Benjamin Kurten discusses changesto the program as of April 1, 2016, that may impact you or your clients.

    • August
      23
      2016

      Professionalism and the Art of Civility

      The very core of our professionalism should be to espouse civility in every matter that we handle. The essence of what litigators do is resolving conflict, writes attorney Emile Banks Jr. Representing clients zealously must not include treating opposing counsel with discourtesy or disrespect.

    • August
      19
      2016

      The Future of Health Care in America: Data is the Way Forward

      Attorneys got the latest updates this week at the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Health, Labor & Employment Law Institute. Learn why data is so important to the health care system, and get some other tips from speakers at the HLE in Wisconsin Dells.


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