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February 2011 Archives

Attys. John Peterson and Amy Risseeuw Talk About Tort Reform on the Bill Sebastian Show on WHBY radio

PBC Attorneys John Peterson and Amy Risseeuw appeared on the Bill Sebastian show on WHBY radio, for an interesting discussion about tort reform.

Tribal-Transfer Case Briefed at Wisconsin Court of Appeals, Involving PBC Client and Atty. Michael Brown

A Wisconsin resident John Kroner, represented by PBC Attorney Michael Brown, has appealed a Wisconsin circuit court's decision to transfer Mr. Kroner's case to the Oneida Tribal Judicial System, pursuant to Wisconsin Statute 801.54, which involves discretionary transfer of civil actions to tribal court.

Tribal-Transfer Case Briefed at Wisconsin Court of Appeals, Involving PBC Client and Atty. Michael Brown

A Wisconsin resident John Kroner, represented by PBC Attorney Michael Brown, has appealed a Wisconsin circuit court's decision to transfer Mr. Kroner's case to the Oneida Tribal Judicial System, pursuant to Wisconsin Statute 801.54, which involves discretionary transfer of civil actions to tribal court.

PBC Attys. John Peterson and Amy Risseeuw Talk About Tort Reform on the Bill Sebastian Show on WHBY radio

PBC Attorneys John Peterson and Amy Risseeuw recently appeared on the Bill Sebastian show on WHBY radio, for an interesting discussion about tort reform.

Tribal-Transfer Case Briefed at Wisconsin Court of Appeals, Involving PBC Client and Atty. Michael Brown

A Wisconsin resident John Kroner, represented by PBC Attorney Michael Brown, has appealed a Wisconsin circuit court's decision to transfer Mr. Kroner's case to the Oneida Tribal Judicial System, pursuant to Wisconsin Statute 801.54, which involves discretionary transfer of civil actions to tribal court.

Appealing WI Unemployment Initial Determination- Be Careful When Stating "Reason" in Your Appeal Form/Letter

If you are a Wisconsin worker who lost your initial determination for unemployment benefits, the next step is to submit a timely appeal. An appeal can be submitted online here, or via a letter. When submitting the appeal, you should be very careful to follow the instructions closely, and to submit the appeal before the deadline. The initial determination form you received will state the deadline, and the instructions for filing an appeal via internet or letter.

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