Wisconsin Supreme Court: Toxicology Report Not Testimonial
Defendants have a constitutional right to confront the witnesses against them. But the Wisconsin Supreme Court recently ruled that this right was not violated when a medical examiner testified about a toxicology report she did not generate.
Obstetrician Loses Daubert Challenge at State Supreme Court
An obstetrician found liable for negligence in the delivery of a child argued that the testimony of an expert who testified on the standard of medical care should have been excluded as unreliable. Recently, the state supreme court disagreed.
Sneak Peek: Shoreland Zoning Laws, Ethics and E-discovery, Hamilton’s Legal Writing Lessons
The January Wisconsin Lawyer simplifies the complexities of shoreland zoning today, outlines relevant professional conduct rules and ethics opinions for litigators dealing with technology, and riffs on the Broadway musical biography “Hamilton” to deliver Hamilton’s legal writing lessons. Planning a smartphone purchase? A comparison chart makes your decision easier.