Patrick McKenna, who has been WILMIC’s website designer and digital marketing media consultant for the past couple years, passed away this past January 7. Pat had a long history with the Wisconsin legal profession, having worked at the State Bar of Wisconsin in the 1990’s and the Wisconsin Law Journal…
A large number of malpractice claims arise from lawyers taking on matters for which they lack experience or knowledge. Here are some things to know about dabbling, with a focus on three practice areas: immigration, bankruptcy and collections, and real estate.
Registration is open for WILMIC’s Year-end Webinar “Client Demands and Expectations: How Have They Changed & How Do You Manage Them?”. The half-day, webcast-only program is scheduled for Monday, Dec. 14, 2020 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
After recently allowing local courts to return to in-person hearings, trials and normal deadlines, the Wisconsin Supreme Court has ordered that state courts can now seek to suspend those plans and return to tighter restrictions set out by the Supreme Court during the early months of the coronavirus pandemic in April and May.
The State Bar of Wisconsin’s Board of Governors has agreed on a proposed change to the emeritus classification of membership that applies to attorneys ages 70 and over.