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Cannon and Dunphy Featured in Super Lawyers

November 30, 2017 |
Attorneys William M. Cannon and Patrick O. Dunphy have spent their professional careers working together to fight for the rights of injured victims throughout Wisconsin. However, their relationship transcends professional borders – not surprising, given how long they’ve known each other.The two grew up down the street from each other in Wauwatosa, WI in...
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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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Seven Attorneys from Cannon & Dunphy S.C. Named to 2016 Super Lawyers

January 17, 2017 |
Cannon & Dunphy S.C. are proud to announce that seven members of our legal team were selected for a number of 2016 Super Lawyers Awards. Brett A. Eckstein, Robert D. Crivello, Sarah F. Kaas, and Mark L. Thomsen were all listed as Super Lawyers. Patrick O. Dunphy was selected as a Top 10 Super...
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