Law Exchange Newsletter
The Law Exchange is a quarterly newsletter published by Johns, Flaherty & Collins to inform clients and colleagues of legal trends and topical issues. In it you'll find stories about a variety of subjects, including everything from business and estate planning to personal injury and family law.
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- Summer 2018 — Photo releases, dog bites, baby bathrub photos
- Spring 2018 — Wills vs trusts, age discrimination, security deposits
- Winter 2018 — Step-by-step guide to divorce, estate planning without an attorney, protecting client information from data breaches
- Fall 2017 — Unemployment benefits under scrutiny, restraining orders, preparing executors, annual employment seminar
- Summer 2017 — Timeshare property pitfalls, concealed weapons in private business, crowdfunding law opens doors to equity and potential legal issues
- Spring 2017 — Employee evaluations, class-action lawsuits and estate planning during and after divorce
- Winter 2017 — New Year resolutions for business, digital estate planning, common mistakes when dividing property
- Fall 2016 — Estate planning at different stages of life, how pain and suffering is defined, expungement
- Summer 2016 — Starting a business, the power of mediation, Wisconsin cell phone driving laws
- Spring 2016 — Social media policies affecting employees, we're hosting the graduation party, condos have their own rules
- Winter 2016 — Parenting agreements, when to review wills and other estate plans, changing rules for independent contractors
- Fall 2015 — Common hiring and firing mistakes, car crash lawsuit, estate planning for parents, housing fund helps homeless kids
- Summer 2015 — Buying or selling a house, social media impostors, why so many phone calls when on the do-not-call list, The Growing Place, Extra Effort Awards
- Spring 2015 — Personal injury cases come down to negligence, obesity and the ADA, when guardianships are needed, paralegal prowess
- Winter 2015 — Work-at-home agreements, protecting your online content, thousands of reasons to purchase "underinsured insurance"