Litigation Section Blog
Civil Jury Verdicts: The Five-sixths Requirement in Wisconsin
With the promise of the mass distribution of effective vaccines on the horizon, we hope that jury trials – many canceled due to the pandemic – can be resumed in 2021. In anticipation (and optimism) that we are finally turning the corner on COVID-19, Edward Robinson discusses Wisconsin’s five-sixths rule requirement in civil jury cases.
Health Law Section Blog
Legal Considerations for Adopting Predictive AI
Artificial intelligence-based technologies that forecast future medical conditions are coming into mainstream use. Kristin Degeneffe discusses the choices health care organizations face in determining how fully to embrace these trends in 2021 and beyond.
Family Law Section Blog
Triage: A More Efficient Family Case Management System
In this era of doing more with less, triaging family cases could benefit Wisconsin family courts, parties, and lawyers by using scarce resources more efficiently. Paul Stenzel discusses how triage, or differentiated case management, could fit into family court systems.