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Your source for new case decisions, legal trends, and entertaining courtroom drama.
My news feeds this morning are alive with the re-posting of tweets and other social media blasts related to injuries suffered by the recipients of, generically, the Hoverboard. These products remind... … more
A recent published Court of Appeals decision has added some guidance for litigating defamation claims arising from use of social media. In Laughland v. Beckett, 2015 WI App 70, 14AP002393, the... … more
The Wisconsin Court of Appeals recently decided one of the first cases analyzing the exclusion of an expert witness under the recently-revised Wis. Stat. § 907.02(1), Wisconsin’s Daubert... … more
Pardon me while I dust the cobwebs out of here and shoo away the crickets. Yes, it’s been a while since we’ve last posted. But there have not been many noteworthy–and published&... … more
Recently, the Seventh Circuit issued a decision about regulation of First Amendment rights in which it included what could be read as a disclaimer about the holding it reached: “We do not... … more