- WisBar News
July 27, 2015 – A state appeals court has upheld a City of Milwaukee ordinance that requires city employees to be residents of the city, rejecting claims that the city’s ordinance is trumped by a state law, enacted in 2013, that abolished local residency requirements for workers as a matter of “statewide concern.”
- WisBar News
July 24, 2015 – Police stopped a motorist for a seat belt violation, and thought he looked nervous. The driver passed a field sobriety test for possible drug use and police released him, but then asked to search his truck. He consented. Recently, the state supreme court upheld the search, which uncovered drugs and guns near a child.
- Rotunda Report
July 23, 2015 – After wrangling over a number of issues during the waning days of June, the Legislature passed, and Gov. Scott Walker signed, the biennial budget on July 12. Several issues important to the State Bar made it into the final bill.
We are turning things up at the 2015 Health, Labor, and Employment Law Institute at the Wilderness Hotel and Golf Resort in Wisconsin Dells. Choose from more breakout sessions than ever before, covering the latest developments in health, labor, and employment law. Earn CLE and EPR credits as you select the combination of topics to best fit your practice needs, then kick back and relax with your friends and colleagues during the cocktail reception.