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The article highlights nine significant Wisconsin Supreme Court decisions from the 2013-14 term, during which the court issued more than 50 substantive decisions.
By Beth Ermatinger Hanan
The article looks at 10 significant Wisconsin federal court decisions interpreting Wisconsin law in 2014, encompassing common-law claims and statutory interpretations.
By Michael B. Brennan
Projects to gain energy efficiency to reduce costs are top of mind for commercial building owners, but financing through traditional lending practices is hard to come by. Property Assessed Clean Energy programs are a new statutory financing mechanism that provides a new opportunity for general-practice attorneys to offer building-efficiency upgrade solutions for a variety of clients.
By Arthur Harrington & Amy Heart

Opinions, Voices & Ideas

  • President's Message
  • Every Lawyer Has a Story
  • In meeting members throughout the state, Bob Gagan has learned that every lawyer has a story and every lawyer is a story.
  • Your State Bar
  • The Gift of Leadership
  • As you ponder your year-end giving, George Brown suggests making a gift to the Wisconsin Law Foundation to support programs that help develop tomorrow’s leaders.
  • 101
  • How to Appeal Mid-litigation Decisions
  • Kimberly Alderman explains the types of situations in which a court of appeals is more likely to review a trial court’s nonfinal order or decision.
  • On Balance
  • Grit: A Critical Success Strategy
  • Everyone falls down sometimes, but not everyone gets up and keeps going. Paula Davis-Laack says the crucial difference is grit, which helps you overcome stumbles and continue toward long-term goals.

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