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Associations reach out to women litigators
Wisconsin Law Journal, August 2008
"According to a 2007 study from the National Association of Women Lawyers, women constitute just 16 percent of equity partners in U.S. law firms..."
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Safe Place Violation
Wisconsin Justice, Summer 2008
Stephen Smith, a 57-year old tanker truck driver, was opening the hatches of his tanker truck on Lafarge International's property in Milwaukee when he tripped over the hatch, fell to the ground, dislocated his shoulder and shattered his ankle..."
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Wisconsin Appeals Court Affirms $3.6 Million Jury Award To Machinist's Widow
Mealey's Litigation Report: Asbestos, June 7, 2002
In a case touted as the first Wisconsin asbestos decision to deal with proof of causation, a state appeals court on May 21 affirmed a finding that Combustion Engineering Inc. was 29 percent responsible for a man's lung cancer death..."
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State appeals court upholds $1.2 million award in asbestos case
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, May 22, 2002
"A Hales Corners widow says her five grandchildren will be taken care of and, she hopes, employers will be more health conscious now that the state Court of Appeals has upheld her $1.2 million award in the asbestos-related death of her husband."
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