Friday, August 15, 2014

FS WI law & policy review - week of Aug 4th (part 5)

Milwaukee Chapter events: August 19th F.H. Buckley (more);

Recent news and comment on law and policy:

Administrative Law & Regulation

Got (Raw) Milk? How About Jurisdiction? Something's Sour in the Raw-Milk Case, by Philip C. Babler, Wisconsin Appellate Law, Foley & Lardner LLP, Milwaukee, on Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund v. DATCP, 2011AP2264

Civil Rights

Seventh Circuit Finds Jury Must Decide Excessive Force Claim, by Nathaniel Jordan, Yoder Ainlay Ulmer & Buckingham LLP, Elkhart, Indiana, DRI Blog, on Miller v. Gonzalez (No. 11-2906)

Criminal Law & Procedure

Police had probable cause to arrest driver for OWI, On Point, Wisconsin State Public Defender, and Probable cause to arrest this drunken driver? Duh, by Bruce Vielmetti, Proof and Hearsay, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, on State v. Kowalis (2014AP258)

Community caretaker exception validated traffic stop, On Point, Wisconsin State Public Defender, on City of LaCrosse v. Ducharme, 2014AP374

Federalism & Separation of Powers

Support for the Tenth Amendment is not support of nullification, by Rick Esenberg, Shark and Shepherd, Milwaukee

Presidential Government and the Law of Property, article by Seth Davis, Wisconsin Law Review

Intellectual Property

Why the monkey selfie is in the public domain, by Ann Althouse, Madison

One View of Compulsory Licensing: Comparative Perspectives From India and Canada, article by Padmanabha Ramanujam and Yugank Goyal, Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review

Labor & Employment Law

Why The Lawsuit Against Act 10 Was Bound to Fail, by Rick Esenberg, Right Wisconsin, on Madison Teachers Inc. v. Walker, 2014 WI 99 (2012AP2067)

Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules that Unpaid Health Care Interns are Not Entitled to Whistleblower Protection, by Thomas L. Skalmoski, Weiss Berzowski Brady LLP, Milwaukee, on Masri v. Labor and Industry Review Commission, 2014 WI 81 (2012AP1047)

Labor & Employment Update - August 2014, Boardman & Clark LLP, Madison


Wisconsin Supreme Court Affirms Decision to Extend Insurance Coverage to a Defendant as a Permissive User Under the Plaintiff’s Auto Insurance Policy, by Nicholas Vlies, Corneille Law Group LLC, Green Bay, on Blasing v. Zurich American Ins. Co., 2014 WI 73 (2012AP858)

The Latest Thinking on Mandatory Arbitration, by Andrea Schneider, ADR Prof Blog

Self Represented Litigants, 2014 WI 49 (Order 13-14), Inside Track

Professional Responsibility & Legal Education

Limited Scope Representation (Order 13-10), Inside Track

State Bar of Wisconsin Executive Director Heads National Association of Bar Executives, WisBar News