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Hansen Reynolds Dickinson Creuger LLC, a Milwaukee-based law firm that handles cases for corporate plaintiffs and defendants, has opened an office just outside Madison as well as expanded its team with four new litigators.
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Hansen Reynolds Dickinson Creuger LLC, a Milwaukee-based law firm that handles cases for corporate plaintiffs and defendants, has opened an office just outside Madison as well as expanded its team with four new litigators.
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The right-to-work bill that is sailing through the Wisconsin State Legislature and headed for Gov. Scott Walker's signature will have an adverse effect on the state's economy and will have a divisive impact on its people, according to a new study by Marquette University's leading economist.
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The owners of Silk Exotic Thursday won a big victory in federal court as a jury awarded them a judgment of almost half a million dollars for revenue lost because the city would not grant them a license for a Downtown strip club.
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As of Jan. 1, 2015, the employer mandate under the Affordable Care Act became effective for all employers with 100 or more employees. Although employers have been preparing for the employer mandate for some time (remember that it was delayed for one year), many questions have arisen now that compliance measures are being implemented, and many questions still remain. The good news is that some of these questions will be answered before the employer mandate becomes applicable for smaller employers (i.e., employers with 50 or more employees beginning in 2016), which may have more difficulty in complying with the requirements. This article briefly addresses some of the practical compliance issues and how those issues are being addressed.
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Recent court and Patent Office decisions are finding more inventions are directed to abstract ideas using merely conventional steps, and thus not patentable.
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Recent court and Patent Office decisions are finding more inventions are directed to abstract ideas using merely conventional steps, and thus not patentable.
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