Tuesday, August 19, 2014

FS WI law & policy review - week of August 11th (part 2)

Milwaukee Chapter events: Today F.H. Buckley (more);

Recent news and comment on law and policy:

Administrative Law & Regulation

The State Of Wisconsin Moves Some State Assets Closer To The Marketplace, by Cari Anne Renlund, DeWitt Ross & Stevens S.C., Madison

Civil Rights

Achieving Gender Equity Under Title IX for Girls From Minority, Urban, Rural, and Economically Disadvantaged Communities, article by Kenneth D. Ferguson, Marquette Sports Law Review

Criminal Law & Procedure

Evidence sufficient to extend ch. 51 commitment and order involuntary medication and treatment, On Point, Wisconsin State Public Defender, on Ozaukee County v. Laura B., 2014AP1011-FT

Environmental Law & Property Rights

Subjective Intent Relevant When Determining Title by Adverse Possession, by Joe Forward, WisBar News, on Wilcox v. Estate of Hines, 2014 WI 60 (2012AP1869)

Labor & Employment Law

New Decision – Same Result – Same Worry, by Dean R. Dietrich, The Blue Ink, Ruder Ware L.L.S.C., Wausau

August 2014 Employee Benefits Update, Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren S.C., Milwaukee

Professional Responsibility & Legal Education

Chief Justice: Lawyers should mend partisan divide, by Philip Marcelo, Associated Press, Wisconsin Law Journal

Wisconsin Supreme Court rejects crime boss' son John Balistrieri bid to practice law, by Cary Spivak, Proof and Hearsay, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, on Office of Lawyer Regulation v. Balistrieri, 2014 WI 104 (1984AP970-D)

What we should have learned about trust accounts, by Nate Cade, Cade Law LLC, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Law Journal

Stipulations in Lawyer Disciplinary Proceedings, 2014 WI 51 (Order 13-06), Inside Track