Nov. 30, 2012 – Kevin Kasten kept forgetting to clock in for work, which violated company policy. Employees who didn't punch in or out on time, despite their diligent attendance, could accumulate enough disciplinary points to be suspended or terminated.
Nov. 6, 2012 – From the economic loss doctrine to pollution exclusion clauses, two trial lawyers break down the top 21 federal and Wisconsin Supreme Court decisions of 2011-12 in the November Wisconsin Lawyer, available online and in mailboxes soon.
Oct. 31, 2012 – The Wisconsin Supreme Court has accepted six new cases for review, including consolidated cases involving a circuit court's authority to declare a marriage void after a spouse has died.
Oct. 8, 2012 – Last year, Congress overhauled U.S. patent law with the America Invents Act. In the October issue of Wisconsin Lawyer magazine, available online and in mailboxes soon, two seasoned patent lawyers provide a general overview of the major changes.
Oct. 5, 2012 – A state appeal courts recently ruled that a circuit court had personal jurisdiction over a property forfeiture action, even though a court clerk did not authenticate a required affidavit.
Sept. 7, 2012 – This year, Milwaukee lawyers helped an investment group purchase the L.A. Dodgers for a record $2.15 billion. In the September Wisconsin Lawyer, available online and in mailboxes soon, learn about the deal and a local law firm's rise to prominence in sports law.
Aug. 30, 2012 – Whether a municipality must provide a newspaper with unredacted legal bills under the state's Open Records Law is the first question of the term for the Wisconsin Supreme Court.