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Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. recognized area nonprofit organizations and firm staff members who serve them during a special board appreciation event held Nov. 12 at the Milwaukee Art Museum. The reception, which supported the firm's spirit of philanthropy, also gave nonprofits and nonprofit board members an opportunity to network. More than 200 representatives from southeastern Wisconsin's nonprofit and for-profit communities attended the event.
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Between Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson, the National Football League has recently faced significant media attention regarding the way it has handled its players' off-the-field misconduct. Rice was initially suspended for two games after he was arrested and indicted on assault charges stemming from an altercation with his then-fiancée (now wife).
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President Barack Obama took a stand this week by calling for the Federal Communications Commission to preserve net neutrality by regulating broadband service like a utility.
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Michael Coakley, co-owner of C.M.K. Inc. and A C.H. Coakley & Co. Inc., today filed a lawsuit against his sister, Kathleen Coakley, alleging that she has failed in her fiduciary duties to the Milwaukee companies and has improperly saddled the firms with thousands of dollars in personal expenses.
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In the latest Marquette University Law School Poll, released today, Republican Gov. Scott Walker put more distance between himself and Democratic challenger Mary Burke.
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