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By: Attorney Brianna Meyer
As students pursue a college education, they should all be treated fairly and equally. Unfortunately, there are a variety of situations where students may face discrimination, and they may be treated differently based on their sex, gender identity, or sexual orientation. In cases where a student has experienced discrimination, they will need to understand how Title IX,

By: Attorney Jaclyn Kallie
There are multiple types of car accidents that can result in serious injuries to drivers, passengers, or others who may have been involved. Rear-end accidents are sometimes considered to be relatively minor, since they often occur at low speeds, and they may not cause major damage to the vehicles involved. However, these collisions can still inflict injuries

By: Attorney Megan Drury and Paralegal Courtney Hess
Parents have a legal obligation to make sure their children’s ongoing needs are being met. When parents are married or cohabitating, they will use the income they earn to provide for their family. However, when parents are divorced or separated, child support is usually required to ensure that both parents are contributing to

By: Attorney Jaclyn Kallie
There are a variety of employment law disputes that may arise between employers and employees.  Wage and hour disputes can occur if one or more employees believe that an employer has committed wage theft by failing to properly compensate them for the work they performed.  Employers and employees in Wisconsin will need to understand how the state’s

Doctors and other medical professionals are required to maintain a valid medical license. These licenses must be renewed every two years, and the deadline for renewing a physician’s license is October 31 of odd-numbered years. Doctors who are planning to renew their license will need to understand the information they will need to provide in their renewal application. Those who

By: Attorney Cameron Weitzner and Paralegal Rachel Sweet
In recent years, multiple states have relaxed many of the laws related to marijuana. While marijuana has long been considered an illegal drug, it is becoming more and more acceptable as both a recreational substance and a treatment for certain health conditions. Following the legalization of marijuana in nearby states such as

By: Attorney Max Stephenson and Paralegal Courtney Hess
In cases where parents are no longer in a relationship, both parents will be required to support their children financially. While child support is a factor in situations where married parents get divorced, it may also need to be established in other cases, such as when unmarried parents end their relationship. The

By: Attorney Jaclyn Kallie
Many employees encounter employment law issues involving a current or former employer, and these issues may affect their ability to find new job opportunities or earn income based on their skills and experience.  Employees are often asked to sign non-compete or non-solicitation agreements as part of an employment contract or severance package.  Before signing these agreements,