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    • November
      17
      2019

      Young Lawyers: Driving Innovation, Defining Our Future

      Young lawyers are the change agents that will help instill the public's confidence in the legal system, help drive innovative solutions for access to justice, and advocate on important issues that impact the legal profession as a whole.

    • October
      15
      2019

      Ending the Cycle: A Push for Early Childhood Intervention for Intimate Partner Violence Exposure

      Exposure to domestic violence can have serious health effects for children, according to recent scientific studies. Tiffany Highstrom gives a broad overview of these studies on the link between early childhood exposure to intimate partner violence (IPV) and children’s physical and health risks. “While exposure to IPV leaves no actual bruises, it has real effects on the health of the child. Research suggests that intervention can be effective in mitigating those effects,” she writes.

    • October
      08
      2019

      Fee Agreements: Answers to Nagging Questions

      No matter how lawyers refer to them – engagement agreements, fee agreements, legal services agreements, or retainer agreements – fee agreements can trip up even the most well-intentioned lawyers. Here's what you need to know to ensure your agreements don’t run afoul of Wisconsin's ethics rules.

    • October
      08
      2019

      Helping a Client Buy or Keep a Home During a Divorce

      When helping clients navigate the complexities of selling or refinancing an existing home or purchasing a new home during a divorce, it's important to understand the ever-changing real property landscape and the client's circumstances. Here's how to guide clients through this emotional and potentially discouraging transaction.

    • October
      08
      2019

      Surviving Michels: Can Third-party Visitation Be Resurrected?

      In Michels v. Lyons, the court held that a grandparent who wishes to have visitation rights to a grandchild in opposition to the parents' wishes must establish by a clear and convincing standard that the parents' decision is not in the child's best interests. Although more difficult, the higher evidentiary threshold can be overcome.

    • October
      08
      2019

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      Choosing a Limited Liability Entity

      Joseph Boucher, John Rather, Ron Bote, and Andrew Seifert discuss the mechanics and legal structure involved in starting a limited liability law firm as well as the tax treatment of such entities.

    • October
      08
      2019

      Briefly

      Interesting facts, trends, tips, bits and bytes in the news.

    • October
      08
      2019

      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.

    • October
      08
      2019

      Lawyer Discipline

      The Office of Lawyer Regulation, an agency of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, provides these summaries for educational purposes.

    • October
      08
      2019

      Shelf Life

      Want to review a book? Request one from us!

    • October
      08
      2019

      Members Only

      If you have moved, become a partner or an associate, or received a promotion or an award, let us know!


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