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    • December
      06
      2019

      Top 10 Recent Wisconsin Supreme Court Decisions

      This article highlights 10 significant Wisconsin Supreme Court decisions from the 2018-19 term, during which the court issued 56 substantive decisions covering a wide range of subjects.

    • December
      06
      2019

      Top 8 Recent Wisconsin Federal Court Decisions

      This article looks at eight significant Wisconsin federal court decisions from 2019 interpreting Wisconsin law on a variety of subjects, including tort, health care, employment law, and more.

    • December
      06
      2019

      Recipe for Effective Engagement Agreements

      Lawyers generally should consider including certain specific topics in the agreements they use when establishing attorney-client relationships. Here are the most significant provisions, along with sample language.

    • December
      06
      2019

      10 Questions: Danny Garcia: An Influential Latino

      Danny Garcia is an "influencer," able to have a positive impact on issues he's passionate about. Read why he was recently recognized as one of the 34 most powerful Latinos in Wisconsin for 2019.

    • December
      06
      2019

      Reflections: How Do You Identify?

      Deanne Koll says there's no wrong answer to the question of which of your life's roles you primarily identify with, as long as the response feels right for you.

    • December
      06
      2019

      Briefly

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

    • December
      06
      2019

      Shelf Life

      Want to review a book? Request one from us!

    • December
      06
      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.

    • December
      06
      2019

      Lawyer Discipline

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

    • December
      06
      2019

      Members Only

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

    • November
      08
      2019

      When Measles Meets Due Process

      During an outbreak of a contagious disease such as measles, public health officials primarily can respond in two ways: with vaccination and treatment and with isolation or quarantine. Individuals' constitutional rights may not be top of mind. Here is how courts may analyze the public health mechanisms available to Wisconsin officials.

    • November
      08
      2019

      The Quest for a Warrantless OWI Blood Draw

      Wisconsin's law enforcement and justice systems have struggled to establish parameters for warrantless blood draws that promote effectiveness, consider limited resources, and protect individuals' constitutional rights. Read the status of warrantless blood draws after recent supreme court opinions.

    • November
      08
      2019

      Shifting Ground: Independent Contractors & Joint Employment

      Workers' classification as employees or independent contractors affects how they are taxed and the rights they have under federal and state law. Classification and joint employment have evolved as the gig economy has expanded. But, determining who is an "employee" or an "employer" often is hard.


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