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    • April
      01
      2016

      By the Numbers: State Bar of Wisconsin Membership

      The impact of your membership can’t be quantified – but we tried! Here are just a few of the things State Bar of Wisconsin members helped accomplish in 2015, along with some of the resources offered by the State Bar to help you succeed.

    • March
      01
      2016

      A Web of Regulations
      Starting a Brewery

      Our state hosts more than 120 breweries. In this highly regulated industry, lawyers ensure that the brewery’s owners can legally mill, mash, boil, ferment, cap, chill, label, and sell the beer. This article looks at the web of laws regulating breweries and and untangles major legal issues confronting startup breweries in Wisconsin.

    • March
      01
      2016

      What’s for Supper?
      Trends in Food and Beverage Law

      For players in the ever-expanding food and beverage market, health-related labels, the rise of craft breweries, and new food-safety laws require the assistance of savvy counsel. This article looks at food and beverage laws, giving a glimpse into the challenges and opportunities that face this dynamic industry.

    • March
      01
      2016

      Things Every Lawyer Should Know
      Litigating in Bankruptcy Court

      One practice area lawyers cannot afford to ignore is bankruptcy. Because of bankruptcy courts’ broad jurisdiction, a wide variety of cases can be implicated, including evictions, foreclosures, the validity of and right to payment from trusts, consumer protection laws, defamation, and domestic support arrears.

    • March
      01
      2016

      Technology
      Owning Your Data in the Cloud

      Joe Kelly says the trade-off for free or low-cost cloud service might be minimal security and loss of control over location and even ownership of data.

    • March
      01
      2016

      Inbox

      Wisconsin Lawyer provides a forum for members to express ideas, concerns, and opinions on law-related subjects.

    • March
      01
      2016

      Meet Our Contributors

      Become a contributor! Are you working on an interesting case? Have a practice tip to share? There are several ways to contribute to Wisconsin Lawyer.

    • March
      01
      2016

      Briefly

      Got a nugget to share? Send your ideas for interesting facts, trends, tips, or other bits and bytes.

    • March
      01
      2016

      Shelf Life

      Want to Review a Book? Please request a book and writing guidelines from Wisconsin Lawyer managing editor.

    • March
      01
      2016

      Supreme Court Digest

      In this column, Prof. Daniel Blinka and Prof. Thomas Hammer summarize all decisions of the Wisconsin Supreme Court (except those involving lawyer or judicial discipline).

    • March
      01
      2016

      Court of Appeals Digest

      In this column, Profs. Daniel D. Blinka and Thomas J. Hammer summarize select published opinions of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals. Full-text decisions are linked below.

    • March
      01
      2016

      Lawyer Discipline

      These summaries are provided by the Office of Lawyer Regulation (OLR), an agency of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. The OLR assists the court in supervising the practice of law and protecting the public from misconduct by lawyers.


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