June 2012 Wisconsin Top Blawgs

  1. Covers the law and news. From University of Wisconsin Law Professor Ann Althouse.
  2. Focuses on recent developments and news in labor and employment law in Wisconsin and at the federal level. By Randy T. Enochs.
  3. Covers legal research and Internet news & information with an emphasis on Wisconsin. From the University of Wisconsin Law Library and librarian Bonnie Shucha.
  4. Covers Wisconsin estate planning, elder law, probate and trust administration, real estate law, business organization, and individual income tax preparation. By Tesar Law Group, S.C.
  5. By Schober & Mitchell, S.C.
  6. Covers consumer and business bankruptcy, and mortgage foreclosure defense. By Lake Law.
  7. Covers child placement, property division and other family law issues. By Wessel, Lehker & Fumelle Inc.
  8. Covers claim construction and patent law. By Justin E. Gray.
  9. Covers Federal and Wisconsin tax law issues. By Rob Teuber.
  10. Covers trends and developments in workers’ compensation law, in Wisconsin and throughout the United States. By Domer Law.
  11. Covers dispute resolution and civil litigation. By Michael A. Pollack.
  12. Covers elder law and estate planning. By Swendson/Fey Law Ltd.
  13. Discusses various aspects of landlord-tenant law and comments on various court decisions within the areas of real estate and property law. By Tristan Pettit.
  14. Covers estate planning, trusts and wills. By Krause Donovan Estate Law Partners, LLC
  15. Focuses on Wisconsin bicycle laws, advocacy, biking issues, bike races, bicycle legal news. By Clayton Griessmeyer.
  16. Covers Wisconsin criminal laws and cases. By Christopher Van Wagner.
  17. Covers drunk driving laws, studies and surveys. By Tracey A. Wood.
  18. A forum for those who feel they have been blind-sided by the justice system and seek to defend their rights and their innocence. By Sydne French.
  19. Covers divorce and family law issues in Wisconsin. By Lakeland Law Firm.
  20. Provides information for employees and consumers on their legal rights in employment matters. By Gordon Leech.