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Taft Stettinius & Hollister

For more than a century, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP has been committed to finding innovative solutions to its clients' problems

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Fried Rogers Goldberg

Fried Rogers Goldberg Goes the Distance for its Clients

Michael Mone Sr. of Esdaile, Barrett, Jacobs & Mone

Esdaile, Barrett, Jacobs & Mone

Helping the Injured Through the Worst of Times

Protecting Clients' Assets

Fish & Richardson

Fish & Richardson is on the cutting edge

Continued Excellence

Jones Kelleher

Jones Kelleher attorneys don’t miss a beat

Michael Best: Making a Difference in Wisconsin and Beyond

Michael Best & Friedrich

How an unyielding commitment to client and community service has defined the firm

Technology as the Seventh Pillar of Law Practice

C. Michael Ellingburg

Technology has affected most aspects of society including the legal day-to-day practice. It is used in multiple activities including law office management, legal marketing, attorney selection, information transfer and more.

Contract or No Contract?

William D. Preston QC

"If the trade decides to perform without a contract, can the law help the trade to fully collect its quoted price without completing the excluded work? Or is the best the law will do is, after the delay and costs of a Court action, force the general contractor to only pay unjust enrichment? It depends."

The Evil of the Grapevine-Defamed on Social Media

Richard Leder

Defamatory comments on social media spread quickly and globally. Since the issue is so widespread it is difficult to have a consistent legal approach. Find out what some countries are doing to end social media defamation.

30 Years of Best Lawyers

Kirkland & Ellis

With Jack Levin

Driving and Divorce: How to Measure Distance When Relocating

Roberta G. Stanley

Relocating with children after a divorce can become a difficult issue, because of the regulations one must follow. An important thing to consider in this situation is the legal distance one can relocate, and how that distance is measured.

If It Walks Like A Duck…Substance Over Form in the Bankruptcy Courts

Pamela Kohlman Webster

"The old saw is that if it walks like a duck and sounds like a duck, it must be a duck. Although bankruptcy is sometimes viewed by its detractors as defiant of common sense, the common sense duck adage is alive and well in bankruptcy courts."

Raynes McCarty: An Unsurpassed Depth of Talent

Raynes McCarty

Fighting for the injured for more than 45 years.

A Tradition of Excellence in Workers’ Compensation

Krasno, Krasno & Onwudinjo

At Krasno, Krasno & Onwudinjo, lawyers have been serving injured workers for three generations

A Reputation for Results

Berger Schatz

Jason Adess on Berger Schatz’s Highly Respected Family Lawyers

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