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Legal look at workplace sexual harassment, part 2

Legal look at workplace sexual harassment, part 2

As we’ve often seen with cases of sexual harassment or misconduct, things can quickly devolve into a “he said, she said” scenario where getting to the truth becomes an exercise in interpreting intentions.

January 2018
Legal look at workplace sexual harassment, part 1

Legal look at workplace sexual harassment, part 1

As the #MeToo movement that defined much of the second half of 2017 by outing prominent figures in business, entertainment, and politics as sexual harassers and abusers moves into its second phase — the new #TimesUp movement — it’s clear that the light being shone on sexual misconduct will not be dimmed any time soon.

January 2018

Trial begins in stolen software case

Did a Chinese company conspire to steal proprietary wind turbine software from the Middleton office of AMSC (fka American Superconductor)? That’s the question being sorted out in a federal case that just began in Madison.

January 2018

Taco Bell liquor veto will stand

Madison’s City Council failed to override Mayor Paul Soglin’s veto of a liquor license for a Taco Bell Cantina on State Street.

January 2018

DMV plans to close, consolidate Madison offices brings lawsuit

Area drivers needing the services of their local Department of Motor Vehicles office take heed: the Odana Road and Hill Farms DMV locations will permanently close on Jan. 18 and Jan. 19, respectively.

January 2018

Law firm expands

Milwaukee-based law firm von Briesen & Roper s.c., which has a Madison office, announced that 22 lawyers and all of the staff formerly of the law firm Peterson, Johnson & Murray S.C., and three lawyers and the staff formerly of the law firm Levine & Bazelon S.C., have joined von Briesen & Roper.

January 2018

Former horse fair director suspected in theft

Rhonda Reese, the Midwest Horse Fair’s executive director from 2007 until she was fired in July 2017, will likely be charged with multiple counts of theft from Horse Fair accounts.

December 2017
IBMadison.com’s most-read stories of 2017

IBMadison.com’s most-read stories of 2017

On the eve of a brand new year and all its possibilities, we look back at our top feature articles, photo galleries, Business Report stories, and blogs by page views at IBMadison.com.

December 2017

Referendum on liquor licenses?

Frustrated with the Madison City Council’s actions on downtown liquor licenses, Mayor Paul Soglin has suggested putting the downtown liquor license question up for a public referendum.

December 2017

Former Madison broker sentenced

James Kolf, a former Sauk City investment broker, was sentenced to 3 ½ years in federal prison for taking nearly $1 million from 14 clients who believed he was investing in energy companies.

December 2017
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