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Bi-Weekly Newsletter of the State Bar of Wisconsin
Feb 02, 2011
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Quickly find case law to bolster your arguments. Family Law Casenotes and Quotes is a handy compilation of family law cases since 1977. It's updated 3 times a year so you always have the most current info. The November 2016 supplement includes four new casenotes. Order your copy today!
Since 1982, The Wisconsin Rules of Evidence: A Courtroom Handbook has helped trial lawyers and judges find applicable rules of evidence, available commentary on those rules, and relevant case law when they needed them most. It can do the same for you. Plus, it's newly revised for 2017. Order now!
The Wisconsin Governmental Claims and Immunities Handbook is your guide to the world of governmental tort litigation - and now it's been updated for 2017. If you deal with claims against government entities, this is the book for you!
Are you current on Wisconsin's PROM laws? The Wisconsin Public Records and Open Meetings Handbook is newly updated as a 5th edition with the latest case law and court opinions. Get yours today!
Think of it as an encyclopedia for lawyers. The WI Attorney's Desk Reference contains recent case law and legislation impacting 11 practice areas and 35 topics. Treat yourself to a copy this holiday season.
Specialty courts: Justice system partners find solutions to ease budgets, reduce crime, and help offenders make lasting changes
Feb. 2, 2011 — Many of Wisconsin's approximately 40 "specialty" or "problem-solving" courts have cropped up in the last five years. These courts hold nonviolent offenders accountable while providing an opportunity to address the root cause of their problems — often substance abuse — through counseling and treatment.
President-elect candidates address member concerns, State Bar's role moving forward
Feb. 2, 2011 — President-elect candidates Kevin Klein and James Carney have a vision for the State Bar of Wisconsin's role in assisting attorneys throughout the state. Recently,
posed questions to both candidates on the focus of a future post, pressing issues facing the profession, and the concerns of State Bar members.
Think institutes: State Bar introduces new and enhanced format for CLE programming in 2011
Feb. 2, 2011 — Starting this spring, State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE will produce several multi-day CLE institutes in order to deliver more in-depth programming to members in designated practice areas. The institutes replace the annual convention format to enrich the learning and networking opportunities of attorneys in the same or related practice areas.
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2010 Tax Relief Act: Planning opportunities end in 2012
Feb. 2, 2011 — In this video, Robert Mathers gives an overview of the 2010 Tax Relief Act. The law contains several changes that provide unique planning opportunities that expire at the end of 2012.
President-elect Jim Brennan invites you to volunteer for a State Bar committee or run for a Board of Governors' seat
PINNACLE Books revises
The Law of Damages in Wisconsin
Love CaseLaw Express? Renew by Feb. 28 to continue free service
Appellate Practice Section requests permission to file amicus curiae brief
ABA delegates sought for two-year terms, petitions due April 15
Breakfast & Business: Eggs, Ethics, and Answers seminar comes to Milwaukee and Stevens Point
Governor signs controversial tort reform bill into law
Recent jury verdicts, bench decisions, settlements, and arbitration awards
Regional patent offices to increase efficiencies, reduce backlog of pending patent examinations, helping to stimulate the economy
Bing search engine, definitely worth a 'search'
Property owner wins appeals fight for $1.08 million against Milwaukee sewerage district
Supreme court will decide whether litigation expenses appropriate in condemnation case
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals distinguishes 1958 tax case to reject taxpayer's defense
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High School students across Wisconsin prepare to compete in Mock Trial Tournament
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