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Changes to Title IX Take Effect August 14, 2020

Erika Biermaagosto 13, 2020
What Should a Student Do if They Receive a Notice of Investigation for Sexual Assault or Sexual Harassment on a...

Conditional Use Permits for Wisconsin Shooting Ranges

Jordyn Janikowskiagosto 12, 2020
In Hartland Sportsmen’s Club, Inc. v. City of Delafield, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals affirmed the Waukesha County Circuit Court’s...

Search Warrants Now Required for Blood Draws of Unconscious Drivers

Brian Hough, Erika Bierma, Nathan Kollathagosto 6, 2020
On June 25, 2020, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals decided State v. Prado, which significantly changed Wisconsin’s implied consent law. ...

Wisconsin’s Mask Mandate: What Your Business Needs to Know

Dave McCormack, Emma L. Fergusonjulio 31, 2020
On Thursday, July 30, Governor Evers issued Executive Order #82 declaring a public health emergency, and Emergency Order #1 requiring...

What Does the Face Covering Order Mean for Home Builders?

Robert Procterjulio 31, 2020
What Happened? Governor Evers issued Executive Order #82 declaring a new public health emergency to address the high virus activity...

Chapter 128 is a Valuable, Though Frequently Overlooked, Tool for Creditors & Debtors

Jeremy Langejulio 27, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic is damaging businesses throughout Wisconsin, forcing many into insolvency and collapse. Navigating the pending or actual insolvency...

End of the Federal Eviction Moratorium

Kevin Trostjulio 24, 2020
In late March, the federal government enacted the CARES Act (“Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act”), which imposed a...

Milwaukee’s Mask Ordinance

Dave McCormackjulio 23, 2020
The Ordinance: On July 14, 2020, the City of Milwaukee passed an ordinance requiring the wearing of masks in the...

Relocation, Relocation, Relocation – Moving & Child Placement

Elizabeth Lanzhammerjulio 20, 2020
Relocation is a common issue when dealing with divorce and paternity cases – especially with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. In...