April 28, 2021
"Camping is a long-standing Wisconsin tradition and a relatively new statute now immunizes private campground owners for certain injuries which occur on their premises." (Read More - Spring Edition of the Wisconsin Defense Counsel Journal) Article by Storm Larson.
April 8, 2021
"Although Wisconsin played an early and pivotal role in supporting the Equal Rights Amendment, the ERA has never been officially ratified. As each generation presses toward full gender equality, the next generation builds on past successes to manifest the vision that began in Seneca Falls in 1923." (Read More - March 10, 2021 Article by Storm Larson - State Bar of Wisconsin - Wisconsin Lawyer)
March 10, 2021
"The Seventh Circuit recently indicated an interest in addressing the standard of causation for disparate treatment claims under the ADA. Storm Larson discusses Seventh Circuit precedent and variations among other circuits on the issue." (Read More - Article by Storm Larson - March 9, 2021 - State Bar of Wisconsin)
December 8, 2020
"Associational disability discrimination happens when a covered employer discriminates against a nondisabled person for having a relationship with a person who has a disability." (Read More - Article by Storm Larson - December 2020 - State Bar of Wisconsin)
April 28, 2020
"An expository article which discusses the purposes, causes of action, defenses, and remedies available to Wisconsin parties under federal and state anti-discrimination in employment statutes.” (Read More - Article co-authored by Storm Larson - April 2020)
April 4, 2019
Melita Mullen (book review), Wisconsin Lawyers (December 2014). Read more about this book review by clicking on the link.
April 2, 2019
Ann C. Emmerich admitted to American College of Trial Lawyers (See Press Release attached.)
March 20, 2019
Patricia Putney wrote an article that appeared in the State Bar of Wisconsin - Law Student Associate News and Opportunities, March 2019 edition. Read what Patti had to say on networking for law students.
February 20, 2019
Restoring the voluntary intoxication defense in Wisconsin would help promote due process without making it likely that defendants would evade responsibility for committing crimes for which intent is an element. (Read more - Article by Storm B. Larson)
December 22, 2017
"Patricia Epstein Putney recently conducted an informal survey of her peers . . . and found some interesting answers." Read more from the State Bar of Wisconsin "Litigation Blog" written by Patricia Epstein Putney.