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Damage caused by defects that a home's seller knew about but did not disclose can be a nasty surprise. Sellers, buyers, real estate agents, home inspectors, and contractors all have responsibilities to look closely and carefully at any property whose purchase they are involved with.
By Kevin David Trost
Claims alleging injury from vaccines must be brought in specialized federal tribunals. Learn about the current legal treatment of vaccine injury claims, including claims related to COVID-19 vaccines, and the statutory processes applicable to them.
By Austin J. Malinowski & Grant C. Killoran
Every professional sports team depends on talented people both on and off the court. Mike Sneathern is one person helping the Milwaukee Bucks succeed and thrive, in his role as Bucks' chief legal officer.
By Joe Forward

Opinions, Voices & Ideas

  • President's Message
  • When There Are Nine
  • For the first time, all State Bar elected officers will be women. As Kathy Brost explains, this didn't "just happen." It takes an ongoing commitment to bring diverse voices to the table.
  • Your State Bar
  • Back to the Future
  • Rather than dwell on the difficulties we all faced in this COVID year, Larry Martin focuses on our successes, resilience, and ability to face our challenges together, though physically apart.
  • 10 Questions
  • Nikki Yang: Cultural Lessons in Life and Law
  • Nikki Yang grew up in the province of Anhui, in eastern China, and now practices law with a small firm in Madison. She was drawn to Wisconsin by the U.W. Law School's faculty and learning environment.
  • Ethics
  • Court Appearances During the Pandemic
  • Withdrawal from representation is a viable alternative for lawyers who are concerned about their own medical conditions and the potential effects of COVID-19, says Dean Dietrich.

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