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Month: September 2013

Free Speech in the 21st Century: U.S. Court of Appeals Rules “Liking” a Facebook Page Constitutes Free Speech

Posted on September 30, 2013 Federal Law,General,In The News,Local News,Myth Debunker

In a recent decision, the Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals held that “liking” a Facebook page communicates both substantive speech and symbolic expression and is thereby protected under the First Amendment’s Free Speech Clause. According to the decision, six former employees of the Hampton, Virginia Sheriff’s Office sued Sheriff B.J. Roberts after Roberts allegedly… read more

Medical Malpractice Claims Are Not Clogging Wisconsin Courts. To the Contrary, the Number of Cases is Declining.

Posted on September 24, 2013 General,In The News,Local News,Medical Malpractice,State Law

An article produced by Stand Up for Your Rights Wisconsin, establishes the decline in Wisconsin medical malpractice filings.  According to the article, a person injured in Wisconsin by medical negligence must first go through a medical mediation session.  Confirmatory from the Wisconsin Medical Mediation Panels shows a dramatic drop in mediation requests.  In 1987 there… read more

Constitution Day: September 17th, 2013

Posted on September 18, 2013 Federal Law,General,In The News,Local News

Also known as Citizenship Day, Constitution Day is a civic holiday celebrated on September 17th, the day the Constitutional Convention signed the United States Constitution in 1787. This year marked the 226th anniversary since thirty-nine delegates of the Convention signed the document in Philadelphia. Constitution Day also recognizes all individuals who have become United States… read more

What Jurors Are Not Told in the State of Wisconsin

Posted on September 11, 2013 General,State Law,Your Trial

Jury service is one of the most important of civic duties. Yet, for those selected and serving as jurors it may seem as though there are a great many important things that they are not being told. For example, when there are evidentiary disputes, the judge may rule that certain evidence is not admissible and… read more

1st Annual River Falls Bacon Bash

Posted on September 6, 2013 In The News,Local News

This Sunday, September 8, River Falls will be hosting its 1st Annual Bacon Bash.  The event will be held from 11:00am – 4pm, in the 100 Block of East Elm Street. The event is billed as a one-day festival to celebrate all things bacon, featuring live music and local artists and various incarnations of everyone’s… read more