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Welcome to the MTFN Podcast, where our seasoned attorneys navigate litigation and transactional subjects. Additionally, join us for Up for Review, a segment dedicated to the exploration of cases that ascend to the Wisconsin Supreme Court. While our recordings do not serve as a substitute for reliable legal advice, we aspire for them to be a valuable resource, offering insights that may prove helpful when the time comes for you to seek professional counsel.
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The Malnutrition Task Force (MTF) believes that preventing malnutrition is essential to ensure older people lead fulfilling and independent lives. The MTF was established in 2012 by Age UK, apetito, BAPEN, the Royal Voluntary Service and Nutricia Advanced Medical Nutrition.
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Join us as we discuss the background behind the ongoing lawsuit between the United States Department of Justice (DOJ), Live Nation, and Ticket Master. Recently, the DOJ filed a complaint asserting antitrust claims against Live Nation and Ticket Master for their role in the entertainment industry, stating that they contain monopoly power and are res…
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James and Caleb discuss the latest developments at the Wisconsin Supreme Court and two recent decisions: one involving a police officer’s Loudermill claim and another involving a claimed right to adopt a child. Attorneys Featured: James M. Sosnoski and Caleb R. Gerbitzتوسط Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols s.c.
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In this episode, we take you through recent Wisconsin Supreme Court jurisprudence and how that case law provides employers with clearer guidance when analyzing whether a person’s arrest or conviction record is enough to preclude employment. Attorney Featured: Sean A. Bukowskiتوسط Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols s.c.
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Discussing Justice Ann Walsh Bradley’s retirement announcement, a new original action petition challenging the governor’s line-item veto authority, and an eerily familiar case about drop boxes. Attorneys Featured: James M. Sosnoski and Caleb R. Gerbitzتوسط Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols s.c.
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Join us as we discuss the constantly developing technology of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its impact on Intellectual Property Laws. AI and technology are evolving the way we obtain and create content. While the law has not caught up to these advancements, we provide an overview of how such technology is impacting Intellectual Property from Cop…
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In this episode, we dive into the intricacies of Bifurcation and Stay on Discovery, offering valuable insights on how this strategy can effectively protect your insurer from potential risks right from the start. Attorney Featured: Sean A. Bukowskiتوسط Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols s.c.
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It’s been a little while since James and Caleb recorded, and there’s a lot from the Wisconsin Supreme Court to review. Redistricting has (almost) drawn to a close. Abortion is making its way to the high court. A unanimous supreme court added Dean Phillips to the presidential primary ballot. And a case from last term is set for rehearing. All that a…
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Join us as we discuss the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) and the information a business might need when determining if they are subject to reporting requirements. The CTA is pertinent, with the first possible beneficial ownership report deadline approaching as soon as March. In this episode, we provide an introduction and synopsis of the CTA and …
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Exploring the world of appraisal in “The Form and Substance of Appraisal Provisions in Insurance Contracts”, Attorneys Sean A. Bukowski and Samuel G. Morris provide insights into appraisal and the state of Wisconsin law.توسط Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols s.c.
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Wisconsin's Supreme Court declares current legislative maps unconstitutional, citing a violation of contiguity requirements. The decision sets the stage for new maps ahead of the 2024 fall primary elections, departing from previous principles. Attorneys Featured: James M. Sosnoski and Caleb R. Gerbitz…
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Join us as we discuss a developing and constantly changing facet of the sports industry that has seen increased attention and major scrutiny in the past several years: Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL). NIL is still a relatively new permitted practice in amateur athletics and has quickly become one of the most discussed topics in sports. In this epis…
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In this month’s update on Wisconsin’s appellate courts, James and Caleb revisit redistricting and explore two cases set for oral argument in December. That includes one case which asks whether Amazon’s so-called “delivery partners” are independent contractors or employees, and another which challenges the use of eminent domain to build a sidewalk. …
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Learn an insured’s obligations under the insurance policy and how an insurer can use those obligations to avoid a bad faith claim. Attorneys Featured: Sean A. Bukowski and Samuel G. Morrisتوسط Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols s.c.
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Redistricting takes center stage at the Wisconsin Supreme Court this November as the court’s sole case set for oral argument is an original action addressing the constitutionality of the current state legislative maps. MTFN Attorneys James M. Sosnoski and Caleb R. Gerbitz discuss.توسط Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols s.c.
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In this episode, we dive into the critical tax case of Moore v. United States, set to be heard in December. Charles and Kathleen Moore challenge the Mandatory Repatriation Tax, a cornerstone of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act. We explore the implications of this case on everyday Americans and the potential ripple effects on tax codes. Tune in for a deep d…
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In this month’s episode, we take a look at the sole civil case on the court’s October calendar and take a peek at a case recently granted for review. Attorneys Featured: James M. Sosnoski and Caleb R. Gerbitzتوسط Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols s.c.
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Unlock the secrets of trademark law. Dive deep into the fundamentals every brand owner should know. Attorneys Featured: Randal J. Brotherhood and Alexander C. Lemkeتوسط Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols s.c.
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The court kicks off its 2023–24 term with a relatively light September oral argument calendar featuring two civil cases regarding constitutional rights and tax issues. Attorneys Featured: James M. Sosnoski and Caleb R. Gerbitzتوسط Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols s.c.
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Yell and Tell's Founder, Jean Davidson, and her daughter, Lori Walker, join the BizCast to discuss the details of creating and operating a non-profit organization. Attorneys Featured: Adam J. Tutaj and James M. Sosnoskiتوسط Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols s.c.
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Doctor Alan Ball, author of SCOWstats, joins James and Caleb to discuss past, current, and possible future trends for the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Attorneys Featured: James M. Sosnoski and Caleb R. Gerbitz Guest: Doctor Alan Ball, Author of SCOWstatsتوسط Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols s.c.
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The Wisconsin Supreme Court finished up its 2022–23 term in June, issuing a slew of new decisions and granting review in one new case for next term. In this update, we take a closer look at the civil cases the court decided to round out the term. Attorneys Featured: James M. Sosnoski and Caleb R. Gerbitz…
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Join attorneys Adam J. Tutaj and James M. Sosnoski as they provide invaluable insights, legal tips, and step-by-step guidance on how to start and establish a successful non-profit organization. Whether you're a budding philanthropist or passionate about making a social impact, this episode is a must-listen for anyone considering the non-profit jour…
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May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and MTFN COO Pamela M. Zacharias and Attorney James M. Sosnoski are here to raise awareness, destigmatize mental health, and prioritize well-being within the legal profession. From addressing burnout to navigating high-stress situations, these tips can help attorneys and human resource professionals understand …
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It’s time for our monthly check-in on the latest civil law developments at the Wisconsin Supreme Court. In the past month, the court decided five civil cases spanning a broad array of issues, including insurance law, eminent domain, and arbitration. Plus, the court granted review in a case touching on taxation and religious liberty. Attorneys Featu…
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The April oral argument calendar for the moment appears to be the last of the term for the Wisconsin Supreme Court, and there’s only one civil case on it. Meanwhile, we have three civil decisions to review, touching on issues ranging from real estate, to public employment, to insurance. Attorneys Featured: James M. Sosnoski and Caleb R. Gerbitz…
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Join attorneys Thomas J. Nichols and McKenzie E. Tibbetts as they discuss how The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has recently released a Proposed Rule that could change the way Wisconsin employers seek to protect their business as well as retain employees.توسط Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols s.c.
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Taxation is the theme of this month’s supreme court update. The court decided two tax cases in the past month, and it has another on its March oral argument calendar. We’ll take a look at those, plus a couple of other civil cases set for argument in the coming weeks. Attorneys Featured: James M. Sosnoski and Caleb R. Gerbitz…
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Join Shareholder Adam J. Tutaj and Associate Attorneys James M. Sosnoski and Mark R. Hamilton Jr. as they discuss an industry that has garnered attention in the past several years and developed into a legal specialty, Esports. Esports concern multiple facets of gaming centered around tournaments and content creation. In this episode, they converse …
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The court handed down a few decisions in civil cases this past month. We take a look at those decisions and check in on the court’s February oral argument calendar in this month’s update on the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s docket.توسط Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols s.c.
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Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols s.c. shareholders Thomas J. Nichols, Randal J. Brotherhood and Adam J. Tutaj discuss Wisconsin’s New Business Entity Law (Act 258), which became effective on January 1, 2023. In this third and final part, they discuss the New Business Entity Law’s revisions to the administrative provisions common to all of the majo…
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There’s only one date on the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s January oral argument calendar, but it packs a pair of interesting civil cases. Before previewing those cases, this update begins with a look at the court’s first significant products liability decision in over a decade.توسط Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols s.c.
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Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols S.C. shareholders Thomas J. Nichols, Randal J. Brotherhood, and Adam J. Tutaj discuss Wisconsin’s New Business Entity Law (Act 258), which is set to become effective on January 1, 2023. In this second part, they conclude their discussion of Wisconsin’s adoption of the Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act a…
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With the state’s high court issuing its first decisions of the year, what had been a monthly “preview” column now becomes an “update.” We’ll take a look at a couple of cases the court decided over the past several weeks, then turn our attention to the two civil cases set for argument on the court’s December calendar.…
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Interpretation will be the supreme court’s primary task next month, as the court’s November oral argument calendar lists three civil cases, each touching on intriguing questions of statutory and contract interpretation.توسط Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols s.c.
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Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols S.C. shareholders Thomas J. Nichols, Randal J. Brotherhood and Adam J. Tutaj discuss Wisconsin’s New Business Entity Law (Act 258), which is set to become effective on January 1, 2023. In this first part, they will be discussing Wisconsin’s adoption of the Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act – the first m…
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