MILWAUKEE — Now that we’re in the thick of winter and as Oscar season approaches, thoughts turn to spending some time at the warm local cinema for diversion. But a film I won’t be seeing anytime soon is a new ...
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Has “twerking” got your goat? “Selfie” make steam come out of your ears? Well, those are just two of the “banned” words in the annual list by Lake Superior State University this year, and join suffixes such as “-ageddon” and ...Read More »
Lawyers owe many duties to any number of people. The first of any consequence is the duty owed to clients. That includes the duty of confidentiality, the duty of candid and fair dealing, and the duty of assessing reasonable charges ...Read More »
“I got one leg on the flypaper and then I was caught,” Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. wrote about a book he read until he went to bed at 1 a.m., and then resumed in the morning until midday when he ...Read More »
Has a physician ever made a mistake that harmed you or a loved one? Did the physician apologize? Whether to offer a simple “I’m sorry,” when things didn’t go as planned, has long been the subject of debate among health ...Read More »
PORTLAND, Ore. – One of the hottest issues in private contract negotiations these days is the question of limitation of liability (LOL) clauses. Owners understandably want recourse for their damages in the event of substandard performance by their contractors and ...Read More »
The North Carolina General Assembly wants to treat business men and women, as well as politicians, as if they are drug dealers. Until this year, prosecutors could convene an investigative grand jury only when drug dealing was afoot. But if ...Read More »