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October 2017

Attorney Patrick Dunphy Discusses the Discusses the Declining Use of Civil Trials in Wisconsin

October 27, 2017 |
Marquette Lawyer Fall 2017 magazine recently published a piece titled, Hardly Trying: The Declining Use of Civil Trials in Wisconsin (PDF) where the author, Larry Sandler, took a deeper look at the rapidly dwindling number of civil trials in the state. Back in 2004, there were 536 civil trials held in Wisconsin – in...
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Attorney Patrick Dunphy Outlines How to Start Combating the Countless Gun Deaths in America

October 24, 2017 |
Guns kill tens of thousands of Americans every year. Tens of thousands more are injured. Since the 1960’s, nearly 1.5 million people have lost their lives because of guns.Despite the clear and present danger these weapons pose to Americans, nothing has changed. Pro-gun advocates say that this is not the time to discuss gun...
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Most Dangerous Occupations

October 20, 2017 |
Everything in life carries a risk. Some jobs, though, are a bit more dangerous than others. There are a handful of occupations that are notoriously dangerous, putting workers at regular risk. Some of these jobs compensate employees quite well, while others pay less than one might imagine. If you are in one of these...
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Liability In Wisconsin Bus Accidents

October 12, 2017 |
In a lawsuit for an injury sustained in a bus accident, the plaintiff must be able to successfully show fault, and a defendant has to be able to defend against the allegations when the plaintiff is trying to determine liability in that bus accident. Additionally, the defendant must show the plaintiff's injury was not...
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