Welcome friends, colleagues and all other interested persons!
The Litigation Section has established this blog to provide its members with valuable information concerning issues that are important to attorneys engaged in civil litigation or who have an interest in civil litigation.
While our members usually pick sides on an issue, either defense or plaintiff, the blog submissions are intended to be neutral. We expect them to be of high quality. We expect them to be relevant to you. And we intend to keep them “short” – a famously ambiguous concept for most attorneys. However, in our case, the submissions are intended to be 500 to 1500 words.
While members of the Litigation Board will aid in supplying content for the Blog, we welcome submissions from other section members. More information concerning standards that apply to our content submissions can be obtained from the Blog Team referenced below.
We expect to post submissions on important topics such as changes in the statutes, important appellate and supreme court decisions, insurance law, practice tips and pointers, procedural issues, evidentiary issues, jury trials, and many others. New content will be published at least monthly, so please visit our site for our new additions.
Bruce R. Bachhuber (Chair); Patti Putney (Vice-chair); Beth Driscoll Osowski (Secretary); Barb O’Brien (Treasurer); Mark Pennow (Immediate Past Chair); Ralph Tease; Sarah Zylstra; Emile Banks; Joseph Troy; Michael Gill; Christine Bremer Muggli; and Michael Laufenberg.