Business.com mentioned Davis|Kuelthau Labor and Employment attorney, Laurie Meyer‘s article, The “Small Business Exemption” to the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA): Who Qualifies? And What is the Exemption?, in it’s July 2, 2020 issue of The FFCRA Ultimate Guide. Laurie is a member of our Labor and Employment practice group in...
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CARW’s NextGen group gathers monthly for discussions featuring experts from a variety of professions. Corporate and Real Estate attorney Brian Randall participated in a panel discussion for the Commercial Realtors Association – Wisconsin (CARW). The discussion included local real estate attorneys who addressed the outlook for the real estate...
The Milwaukee Business Journal Published, When it comes to bankruptcy law: Advantage Rusty Long, an Executive Profile on Bankruptcy and Creditor’s Rights attorney Russell (Rusty) S. Long in their May 15, 2020 edition. The publication details his work as a top-rated Wisconsin business bankruptcy attorney and his amateur tennis career. Rusty’s...
The American Bar Association recently published Elizabeth Miles’ article, "SCOTUS Allows State-Law Remedy Challenge, but Requires EPA Approval for PRPs" in its May 4 post to the Environmental & Energy Litigation Practice Points archive. The article addresses the U.S. Supreme Court’s April 20, 2020, decision in Atlantic Richfield v....
The State Bar recently published Elizabeth Miles and Anne O'Meara's article "Protecting Privilege While Working Remotely" in its April 15 edition of InsideTrack. The article provides best practices for protecting the attorney-client privilege when working remotely. Elizabeth is a member of our Litigation Team in Milwaukee. She represents business...
State Bar Coronavirus & the Law Blog Published Elizabeth Miles and Anne O’Meara’s Article Protecting Privilege While Working Remotely
The State Bar recently published Elizabeth Miles and Anne O'Meara's article "Protecting Privilege While Working Remotely" in its April 14 Coronavirus & the Law Blog. The article provides best practices for protecting the attorney-client privilege when working remotely. Elizabeth is a member of our Litigation Team in Milwaukee. She represents...
Real Estate and Corporate attorney, Joseph E. Tierney IV, was interviewed by Marquette Lawyer Magazine on how technology is changing the practice of business law. Professors and Marquette Alumni weighed in on the importance of staying "in the know" on the changing landscape of technology, and how they are managing to embrace and implement these...
Beverly Butula, Director of Library Services was highlighted in a State Bar of Wisconsin's Inside Track article on her webinar presentation on Google Scholar. Her presentation was made into a one-hour CLE webcast. This Inside Track article on a webinar topic is the first time the State Bar has promoted a program produced by one of their regular...
Municipal and Zoning attorney, Brian Randall was quoted in a recent Milwaukee Business Journal article addressing Master Lock’s plans to expand their manufacturing campus. If approved, the expansion will include the development of a new parking lot. To read the full article, please click here.
The State Bar recently published Kathy Nusslock’s article “What is Wisconsin’s Pleading Standard” in its Wisconsin Lawyer magazine. The article highlights the federal and Wisconsin pleading standards, addresses the procedural history relative to the 2019 Wisconsin Supreme Court case, Cattau v. National Insurance Services of Wisconsin Inc., and...