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New woman-owned employment law firm opens

Lake Effect HR & Law has opened in Madison to provide the full spectrum of HR and employment law services to its clients.

December 2018

WARF ordered to pay $31.6M for breach of contract

The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) has been ordered by a federal judge to pay $31.6 million to Washington University in St. Louis for breach of contract related to royalties paid related to the sale of an AbbVie Inc. kidney-disease drug.

December 2018

Former AlphaGraphics Madison employee charged with spying on co-workers

A former Alphagraphics Madison employee was charged with seven counts of capturing an intimate representation without consent after a spy camera was found in a stack of toilet paper in a company restroom.

November 2018
Could labor finally get its day?

Could labor finally get its day?

For more than 25 years, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has been trying and failing to pass his Workplace Democracy Act (WDA), a proposed labor law that, among its different forms, would remove obstacles to employers making collective agreements, establish an impartial National Public Employment Relations Commission to support fair collective bargaining, require that pension plans are jointly managed by employee and employer representatives, change the definition of an “employee” to ensure every person who works for other people has labor rights, and repeal all “right-to-work” laws.

November 2018
Does Tammy Baldwin deserve a second term in the U.S. Senate?

Does Tammy Baldwin deserve a second term in the U.S. Senate?

Everybody loves Tammy. No, really, it’s true. For example: How many one-name politicians do we have in Wisconsin?

November 2018

Who deserves credit — Obama or Trump?

There's an old saying that goes something like this: Success has 100 fathers, but failure is an orphan. Nowhere is that truer than in the political realm.

November 2018

Paul Jadin resigns from MadREP, criticizes Gov. Walker

Paul Jadin, president of the Madison Region Economic Partnership (MadREP) and former CEO at the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. (WEDC), resigned his $208,000-a-year position yesterday to join three other former state secretaries in publicly criticizing their former boss, Gov. Scott Walker.

October 2018

WARF loses $506M award on Apple appeal

The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation will not receive $506 million from Apple Inc., after all.

October 2018
Who should be Wisconsin’s next governor, Scott Walker or Tony Evers?

Who should be Wisconsin’s next governor, Scott Walker or Tony Evers?

For our next governor, we need someone who cares about Wisconsin, not their national profile.

October 2018

Meriter nurse charged in infant case

In a just-released report, Christopher M. Kaphaem, 43, is the suspended Meriter Newborn Intensive Care Unit nurse charged with abusing nine infants between March 2017 and February 2018.

September 2018
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