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Drinking and driving: Should I submit to a field sobriety test?

To request a field sobriety test, an officer must have probable cause that you were driving while impaired as evidenced by your driving behavior. Read More »

How to spot social media shopping scams

It's become commonplace to buy and sell things on social media, which, unfortunately, has created the perfect environment for scam artists to find unsuspecting victims. Read More »

Insider's Guide to Divorce

Researchers rank divorce as the second most stressful life event, second only to death of a spouse. Download this booklet full of insider knowledge and tips to help you move through divorce. Read More »

Three holiday cautions for employers

Signs that the holidays are here are inescapable. From the music in the stores to the wreaths on the doors, the sounds and symbols are everywhere—in homes, churches and, yes, even workplaces. Read More »

5 reasons you should call your insurance company after a car accident

Many are reluctant to call their insurance company after an accident. Here's why they should call anyway. Read More »

Employment Law Seminar

Employment law attorneys at Johns, Flaherty & Collins, SC, share recent developments and current issues in employment law.   Read More »

Legal Dilemma: Does workers' comp cover mental health?

I know that workers’ compensation will cover physical injuries sustained while on the job, but will it also cover mental illness stemming from my workplace?  Read More »

Conducting job interviews: Questions to avoid

If you’ve ever conducted a job interview, you know firsthand how tempting it can be to ask as many questions as you can to get to know candidates both professionally and personally. Read More »

Attorney Napela Shim joins Johns, Flaherty & Collins, S.C.

Napela Shim, a recent graduate of Marquette University Law School and new member of the Wisconsin Bar, has joined the team at Johns, Flaherty & Collins, S.C.  Read More »

Guardians of the furry: Pets and estate planning

Just like with other family members, including your pets in your estate planning is important.   Read More »

Alternative dispute resolution can save time and money

Considered cost-effective, fast, flexible and fair, ADR is the most popular method for resolving disputes in this region. Read More »

Protected classes: when letting go of an employee gets complicated

What happens when you need to terminate someone for cause but it appears to be discriminatory? Read More »

Grandparents (sometimes) have legal right to visit grandchildren

Grandparents often lament not seeing their grandchildren as often as they’d like. Read More »

How to spot fake online reviews

Online reviews can be a big help when making purchasing decisions. But buyer beware: there's a huge market for fake online reviews, and they masquerade among the legitimate ones. Read More »

Employee monitoring and surveillance

Electronic employee monitoring has gained popularity recently, particularly as remote or hybrid work models have increased. If you want to monitor yours, it's important to know the legal risks involved. Read More »