Law Updates

Mosinee Car Accident

The Marathon County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an accident on Highway 39 near Mosinee. It has resulted in the right northbound lane of 39 being closed this morning.  Further information is not available at this time. Read more at Wausau Daily Herald. If you or a family member has been injured in an accident, it is […]

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Reflections On My First Year As a Lawyer

Rachel Bradley, For Gannett Wisconsin Media I achieved a lifelong goal when I became a lawyer. Now I’m learning the realities of being one. The nightmare is finally over. You know the one — it’s the first day of law school exams, and you realize that not only have you have slept through your alarm, […]

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Bremer Muggli Column: How not to choose a chief justice

In current system, voters choose Wisconsin Supreme Court chief justice. A partisan constitutional amendment would change that. The April 7 election will present to Wisconsin voters a proposed constitutional amendment that would change the method of choosing the chief justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. The current method, which has been in place for over […]

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Town of Marathon Crash Kills One, Injures Two

A car accident in the Town of Marathon killed one person and injured two others on Saturday. Just after 9:10 p.m., a car traveling east on County Highway N and a car traveling northbound on State Highway 107 collided. Passenger Norman Hack from the Town of Marathon died from injuries he suffered in the crash. […]

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State Bar Board Supports Proposal for One, 16-Year Term for Supreme Court Justices

Sept. 28, 2013 – The State Bar of Wisconsin’s Board of Governors voted today (37-4) to support a proposal that would limit the terms of Wisconsin Supreme Court justices to one, 16-year term, a plan advanced by the State Bar’s Judicial Task Force. Continue reading at The State Bar of Wisconsin

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How to Fix Supreme CourtEelections in Wisconsin/Wausau Attorney’s Panel Recommends One 16-year Term for Justices

One of the first things the panel tasked with finding a way to fix judicial elections in Wisconsin had to consider, said Wausau attorney Christine Bremer Muggli, who was a member of the panel through its 18-month process, was that Wisconsinites value our ability to vote for judges. According to opinion polls, an overwhelming majority — […]

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State Bar Board Approves Budget, Hears Judicial Task Force Proposal

June 12, 2013 – State Bar of Wisconsin dues remain unchanged for fiscal year 2014, under the proposed budget approved by the State Bar’s Board of Governors today. The 52-member board, which convened in Middleton, also heard a report from the State Bar’s Judicial Task Force, which is recommending that the terms of Wisconsin Supreme […]

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Christine Bremer Muggli presents at Litigation, Dispute Resolution & Appellate Practice Institute

Christine Bremer Muggli presented “Back to Basics, New Lawyers: Discovery Tactics” at the State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE® Litigation, Dispute Resolution & Appellate Practice Institute in June in the Wisconsin Dells.  Here she discusses a portion of her presentation, involving what to do when opposing counsel takes a “Rambo” approach and interferes with questions during a deposition […]

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Proposed WI Ski Area Law Bad for Skiers and Tourism?

WAUSAU, Wis. – Skiers would take on nearly all the risk associated with a day on the ski hill or cross-country trail under legislation that gets a public hearing on Wednesday. Christine Bremer Muggli, a Wausau trial attorney and past president of the Wisconsin Association for Justice, says the proposed law goes too far. Continue […]

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