Tuesday, August 26, 2014

FS WI law & policy review - week of August 18th (part 2)

Recent news and comment on law and policy:

Administrative Law & Regulation

The Nursing Home/Hospice Relationship Garners Increased Scrutiny, Leading to Multi-Million-Dollar Penalties and Potential Criminal Sanctions, Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c., Milwaukee

Corporations, Securities & Antitrust

2013 Annual Survey: Recent Developments in Sports Law, by Sarah M. Sharrar, Marquette Sports Law Review

Criminal Law & Procedure

Institutions, Not Just Natural Persons, Can Seek Harassment Injunctions by Joe Forward, WisBar News, on U.W. Board of Regents v. Decker, 2014 WI 68 (2011AP2902)

Of Trump Cards and Lawyering, by Joseph D. Kearney, Marquette University Law School Faculty Blog, on Socha v. Boughton (7th Cir., No. 12-1598)

Seventh Circuit Oral Argument, 9:30 a.m. second case, Wolf v. Walker, 14-2526

"But regardless of how strong the charges against Perry are, it is worth noting how fitting they are.", by Ann Althouse, Madison

Labor & Employment Law

Federal appeals court sides with Sheriff Clarke in employment case, by John Diedrich, Proof and Hearsay, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, on Graber v. Clarke, No. 13‐2165

How to Handle Disruptive Staff Members, by Ralph V. Topinka, von Briesen & Roper, s.c., Madison

OSHA Requirements for Temporary Workers, Moen Sheehan Meyer Ltd., La Crosse


Court of Appeals Awards Double Damages in Attack by Pack of Dogs, by Thomas J. Donnelly, Emile Banks & Associates LLC, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Defense Counsel, on Schroeder v. American Family Mutual Ins. Co., 2013AP2165

Professional Responsibility & Legal Education

First Stop for Our Courts Training: Northeast Wisconsin, Rotunda Report