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Attorney Sherry Coley Runs for Judicial Council for the State Bar of Wisconsin

Attorney Sherry Coley Runs for Judicial Council for the State Bar of Wisconsin

GREEN BAY — Litigation attorney, Sherry Coley has accepted the State Bar of Wisconsin’s nomination to run for the Judicial Council for a three-year term. The Judicial Council is a 21-member body whose primary responsibilities include; studying and making recommendations relating to court pleadings, practice and procedures, as well as court...

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Municipal Attorney Jim Kalny Oversees Special Council Meeting in Clintonville

Municipal Attorney Jim Kalny Oversees Special Council Meeting in Clintonville

During a Clintonville City Council meeting Mayor, Judy Magee gave her official resignation after a year-and-a-half investigation which also led to the City Administrator stepping down. Municipal attorney and Labor and Employment Chair James M. Kalny met privately with the city council’s board, overseeing the agreement between both Magee and...

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Corporate Attorney Authors Article for the The Journal of Accountancy

Corporate Attorney Authors Article for the The Journal of Accountancy

Corporate and Tax attorney Mark Kmiecik authored an article in the April edition of the Journal of Accountancy (JofA), a flagship publication of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. The article addresses the responsibilities tax practitioners must take when considering to file a UTP. To read the full article, please visit, the...

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Trial Attorneys Sue Schellinger and Liz Miles Noted in Law360 on Insurance Case

Trial Attorneys Sue Schellinger and Liz Miles Noted in Law360 on Insurance Case

Davis & Kuelthau Litigation Team members Susan Schellinger and Elizabeth Miles were noted in Law360’s recent article, Insurers Can’t Replace Attys In Window Defect Row. The article addresses U.S. Judge Barbara Crabb’s decision to allow Kolbe & Kolbe Millwork Co. Inc. to keep its chosen counsel for a proposed class action suit over...

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