By: Ted A. Warpinski
Joe Heino, Sherry Coley and Erin Kaprelian Author Chapter in 2019 Chambers Global Practice Guide on Trade Marks USA: Trends and Developments
Davis|Kuelthau IP attorneys contributed to the 3rd edition of Trade Marks USA: Trends and Developments 2019, published by Chambers Global Practice Guide. This guide is published within various areas of law and jurisdictions where a selection of legal experts, chosen by Chambers, elaborates on important legal issues in relation to the current market trends and...
Attorneys Ted Warpinski and Chris Meuler Author Wetland Permitting Article for American Bar Association Environmental and Energy Litigation Blog
Litigation attorneys, Ted Warpinski and Christopher Meuler authored a post for the American Bar Association’s Environmental and Energy Litigation Blog. Their blog post, The Boundaries of State Assumption of Wetland Permitting Authority Get Tested, discusses the pros and cons of a delegation program authorized by section 404(g) of the Clean Water Act (CWA).
By: Laurie E. Meyer
A Unanimous Supreme Court Decides — If Your Copyright Registration Application is Still Pending, You Cannot Sue for Infringement
By: Joseph S. Heino and Erin E. Kaprelian
Davis|Kuelthau labor and employment attorney, Laurie E. Meyer recently sat down with Saul Newton, Founder of the Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce, Bill Ball, President of the Grunau Company, and Tom Palzewicz, Business coach and partner at ActionCOACH to discuss veterans and the workforce. Specifically, they addressed the challenges veterans face when entering the civilian workforce, how employers can help with the transition,...
By: Sherry D. Coley and Tiffany E. Woelfel
By: Jacqueline L. Messler
By: D|K's Health Care Team
New Wisconsin Supreme Court Decision Scales Back the Consequences of One Insurer’s Breach of the Duty to Defend Where Multiple Carriers Provide Overlapping Coverage
By: Todd Farris, Ted A. Warpinski and Christopher M. Meuler