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Electronic Evidence in the 21st Century
While existing rules of civil procedure and evidence have been used with some success to manage the electronic revolution to date, they don't go far enough. The author calls for a comprehensive revision of these rules to take into account the many ways electronic evidence is different from paper evidence. Read what counsel can do now until fundamental changes are made.
CLE Seminars Presents: Win Your Case with Killer Cross-examination Techniques, with Pozner and Dodd
Want to improve your cross-examination skills? In this August 27 State Bar CLE seminar video replay, attorneys Roger Dodd and Larry Pozner _ two of America's most popular CLE lecturers _ present courtroom-tested techniques and strategies that transcend t he type of litigation at issue.
Clue Reports: A Tool to Discover Property Problems
Buyers now have an additional tool available to discover potential problems with their new home - a report of the seller's insurance claims during the past five years, called a Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange (C.L.U.E.) report.
Equity, Old Facts, and Wisconsin's Law of Easements
Two recent cases make the establishment of easements by necessity or by prescription more complicated and less certain. In light of these cases, read what lawyers need to know to advise clients who seek to gain or to prevent a right of access.
Electronic Evidence in the 21st Century 2
Some terms used in this article require clarification. Please note, however, that the following are not comprehensive definitions.
The Law of Easements and Condo Documents Set for Summer CLE Seminars
How will your clients be affected by the Wisconsin Supreme Court decision in McCormick v. Schubring, which introduces equitable balancing in determining the existence of easements of necessity? How will the court of appeals decision in Schauer v. Baker a ffect court decisions in establishing the validity of prescriptive easements?
Opinions, Voices, Ideas
On Aug. 17 in Milwaukee the State Bar will sponsor a free conference for all members who are interested in improving their own careers or gaining information to help a colleague make career decisions.
Law Practice Management
Nine Referral Marketing Keys to Your Best Year
These nine fundamentals of successful referral marketing - followed seriously and consistently - will help your practice grow.
14 Building Blocks of a Million-dollar Practice
Which Ones Are You Missing?
At this live, full-day State Bar CLE Seminar presentation by Dustin A. Cole, learn what law school didn't teach - the business skills of personal efficiency, organization, team leadership, and marketing that you need to run your underlying business and m
A Friendly Ear
State Bar President Michelle Behnke has plans to visit local bars statewide. She'll gladly speak about issues facing the Bar, but she'd rather use that time to hear what's on lawyers' minds.
Concerned with the number of probate matters pending beyond 12 months - the benchmark for completion - the chief judges approved a case management review to examine and improve current probate case processes.
There are many situations in which attorneys must cross-examine a witness without the benefit of discovery. In this third article of a three-part series, read how to employ the techniques covered in the first two articles to actually conduct cross-examin
If you need quick access to the law of real estate and real property, you'll want to have this handy codebook. State Bar CLE Books 2004 edition of Wisconsin Real Estate and Real Property Codebook reprints and indexes hundreds of statutes and administrati
Cross-examination Without Discovery: Part 3
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