May Wisconsin Lawyer Discusses ERISA Implications of Obamacare, Much More
May 9, 2014 – Do you have business clients with at least 50 employees? Does your client do business in China? Does your law firm purchase tangible personal property or services subject to sales tax? Do you wonder how the Wisconsin Supreme Court is aligning to decide cases these days, and when? If you answered yes to these questions, or are interested in learning more about these particular topics, look no further than the May Wisconsin Lawyer, now available online and in mailboxes soon.
Divisions Elect New Officers
April 28, 2014 – The Government, Nonresident, Senior, and Young Lawyers divisions announce incoming officers and directors. The presidents-elect serve a one-year term before becoming president and then serve one year as past president. All terms begin on July 1.
Ralph Cagle Takes Top Slot in State Bar Elections
April 25, 2014 – Ralph M. Cagle won the race for State Bar president-elect, defeating, Kevin J. Palmersheim, 3,495 votes to 1,973. Cagle’s term begins July 1 when Robert R. Gagan, Madison, succeeds Patrick J. Fiedler as State Bar president.