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Two recently enacted federal laws, the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act and the PUMP Act, provide greater protections in the form of accommodations to pregnant women and new mothers in workplaces.
By Alan C. Olson
As State Bar president, Dean Dietrich also plans to focus on inclusion and addressing legal deserts in greater Wisconsin.
By Jeff M. Brown
Few people interact with the legal system unless they have experienced some type of traumatic event. To provide trauma-informed service to people involved in the justice system, lawyers must recognize trauma's existence and symptoms, be present, offer choices, and share knowledge.
By Kimberly A. Hardtke
The Wisconsin Statutes provide that the governor can remove district attorneys "for cause." But the definition of "for cause" is not clear. The author suggests an answer to the question of the breadth of the governor's removal powers.
By Steven M. Biskupic

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